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The Blackwell companion to science and Christianity, edited by J.B. Stump and Alan G. Padgett

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The Blackwell companion to science and Christianity
Title
The Blackwell companion to science and Christianity
Statement of responsibility
edited by J.B. Stump and Alan G. Padgett
Title variation
Companion to science and Christianity
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book provides a cutting-edge survey of the central ideas at play at the intersection of science and Christianity through 54 original articles by world-leading scholars and rising stars in the discipline
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
BL240.3
LC item number
.B62 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1955-
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  • Stump, J. B.
  • Padgett, Alan G.
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  • Religion and science
  • Christentum
  • Theologie
Label
The Blackwell companion to science and Christianity, edited by J.B. Stump and Alan G. Padgett
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Christian responses to Darwinism in the late nineteenth century
  • Peter J. Bowler
  • Science falsely so called :
  • fundamentalism and science
  • Edward B. Davis
  • Part II.
  • Methodology.
  • How to relate Christian faith and science
  • Mikael Stenmark
  • Authority
  • Part I.
  • Nicholas Rescher
  • Feminist philosophies of science :
  • towards a prophetic epistemology
  • Lisa L. Stenmark
  • Practical objectivity :
  • keeping natural science natural
  • Alan G. Padgett
  • The evolutionary argument against naturalism
  • Alvin Plantinga
  • Part III.
  • Historical episodes.
  • Natural theology.
  • Arguments to God from the observable universe
  • Richard Swinburne
  • "God of the gaps" arguments
  • Gregory E. Ganssle
  • Natural theology after modernism
  • J.B. Stump
  • Religious epistemology personified :
  • God without natural theology
  • Paul K. Moser
  • Early Christian belief in creation and the beliefs sustaining the modern scientific endeavor
  • Problems for Christian natural theology
  • Alexander R. Pruss and Richard M. Gale
  • Part IV.
  • Cosmology and physics.
  • Modern cosmology and Christian theology
  • Stephen M. Barr
  • Does the universe need God?
  • Sean Carroll
  • Does God love the multiverse?
  • Don N. Page
  • Christopher B. Kaiser
  • The fine-tuning of the cosmos :
  • a fresh look at its implications
  • Robin Collins
  • Quantum theory and theology
  • Rodney D. Holder
  • Part V.
  • Evolution.
  • Creation and evolution
  • Denis R. Alexander
  • Darwinism and atheism :
  • The Copernican revolution and the Galileo affair
  • a marriage made in heaven?
  • Michael Ruse
  • Creation and evolutionary convergence
  • Simon Conway Morris
  • Signature in the cell :
  • intelligent design and the DNA enigma
  • Stephen C. Meyer
  • Darwin and intelligent design
  • Francisco J. Ayala
  • Christianity and human evolution
  • Maurice A. Finocchiaro
  • John F. Haught
  • Christian theism and life on earth
  • Paul Draper
  • Part VI.
  • The human sciences.
  • Toward a cognitive science of Christianity
  • Justin L. Barrett
  • The third wound :
  • has psychology banished the ghost from the machine?
  • Dylan Evans
  • Women, mechanical science, and God in the early modern period
  • Sociology and Christianity
  • John H. Evans and Michael S. Evans
  • Economics and Christian faith
  • Robin J. Klay
  • Jacqueline Broad
  • Ecology and the environment
  • Lisa H. Sideris
  • Part VIII.
  • Metaphysical implications.
  • Free will and rational choice
  • E.J. Lowe
  • Science, religion, and infinity
  • Graham Oppy
  • God and abstract objects
  • William Lane Craig
  • Part VII.
  • Laws of nature
  • Lydia Jaeger
  • Part IV.
  • The mind.
  • Christianity, neuroscience, and dualism
  • J.P. Moreland
  • The emergence of persons
  • William Hasker
  • Christianity and the extended-mind thesis
  • Lynne Rudder Baker
  • Christian bioethics.
  • In whose image?
  • Artificial intelligence and the Imago Dei
  • Noreen Herzfeld
  • How science lost its soul, and religion handed it back
  • Julian Baggini
  • Part X.
  • Theology.
  • The Trinity and scientific reality
  • John Polkinghorne
  • God and miracle in an age of science
  • Shaping human life at the molecular level
  • Alan G. Padgett
  • Eschatology in science and theology
  • Robert John Russell
  • The quest for transcendence in theology and cosmology
  • Alexei V. Nesteruk
  • Part XI.
  • Significant figures of the twentieth century in science and Christianity.
  • Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
  • James F. Salmon
  • Thomas F. Torrance
  • James C. Peterson
  • Tapio Luoma
  • Arthur Peacocke
  • Taede A. Smedes
  • Ian G. Barbour
  • Nathan J. Hallanger
  • Wolfhart Pannenberg
  • Hans Schwarz
  • John Polkinghorne
  • Christopher C. Knight
  • An inclusive framework for stem cell research
  • John F. Kilner
  • The problem of transhumanism in the light of philosophy and theology
  • Philippe Gagnon
Control code
769289567
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xix, 644 pages
Isbn
9781444335712
Lccn
2011050474
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
99949744875
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)769289567
Label
The Blackwell companion to science and Christianity, edited by J.B. Stump and Alan G. Padgett
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Christian responses to Darwinism in the late nineteenth century
  • Peter J. Bowler
  • Science falsely so called :
  • fundamentalism and science
  • Edward B. Davis
  • Part II.
  • Methodology.
  • How to relate Christian faith and science
  • Mikael Stenmark
  • Authority
  • Part I.
  • Nicholas Rescher
  • Feminist philosophies of science :
  • towards a prophetic epistemology
  • Lisa L. Stenmark
  • Practical objectivity :
  • keeping natural science natural
  • Alan G. Padgett
  • The evolutionary argument against naturalism
  • Alvin Plantinga
  • Part III.
  • Historical episodes.
  • Natural theology.
  • Arguments to God from the observable universe
  • Richard Swinburne
  • "God of the gaps" arguments
  • Gregory E. Ganssle
  • Natural theology after modernism
  • J.B. Stump
  • Religious epistemology personified :
  • God without natural theology
  • Paul K. Moser
  • Early Christian belief in creation and the beliefs sustaining the modern scientific endeavor
  • Problems for Christian natural theology
  • Alexander R. Pruss and Richard M. Gale
  • Part IV.
  • Cosmology and physics.
  • Modern cosmology and Christian theology
  • Stephen M. Barr
  • Does the universe need God?
  • Sean Carroll
  • Does God love the multiverse?
  • Don N. Page
  • Christopher B. Kaiser
  • The fine-tuning of the cosmos :
  • a fresh look at its implications
  • Robin Collins
  • Quantum theory and theology
  • Rodney D. Holder
  • Part V.
  • Evolution.
  • Creation and evolution
  • Denis R. Alexander
  • Darwinism and atheism :
  • The Copernican revolution and the Galileo affair
  • a marriage made in heaven?
  • Michael Ruse
  • Creation and evolutionary convergence
  • Simon Conway Morris
  • Signature in the cell :
  • intelligent design and the DNA enigma
  • Stephen C. Meyer
  • Darwin and intelligent design
  • Francisco J. Ayala
  • Christianity and human evolution
  • Maurice A. Finocchiaro
  • John F. Haught
  • Christian theism and life on earth
  • Paul Draper
  • Part VI.
  • The human sciences.
  • Toward a cognitive science of Christianity
  • Justin L. Barrett
  • The third wound :
  • has psychology banished the ghost from the machine?
  • Dylan Evans
  • Women, mechanical science, and God in the early modern period
  • Sociology and Christianity
  • John H. Evans and Michael S. Evans
  • Economics and Christian faith
  • Robin J. Klay
  • Jacqueline Broad
  • Ecology and the environment
  • Lisa H. Sideris
  • Part VIII.
  • Metaphysical implications.
  • Free will and rational choice
  • E.J. Lowe
  • Science, religion, and infinity
  • Graham Oppy
  • God and abstract objects
  • William Lane Craig
  • Part VII.
  • Laws of nature
  • Lydia Jaeger
  • Part IV.
  • The mind.
  • Christianity, neuroscience, and dualism
  • J.P. Moreland
  • The emergence of persons
  • William Hasker
  • Christianity and the extended-mind thesis
  • Lynne Rudder Baker
  • Christian bioethics.
  • In whose image?
  • Artificial intelligence and the Imago Dei
  • Noreen Herzfeld
  • How science lost its soul, and religion handed it back
  • Julian Baggini
  • Part X.
  • Theology.
  • The Trinity and scientific reality
  • John Polkinghorne
  • God and miracle in an age of science
  • Shaping human life at the molecular level
  • Alan G. Padgett
  • Eschatology in science and theology
  • Robert John Russell
  • The quest for transcendence in theology and cosmology
  • Alexei V. Nesteruk
  • Part XI.
  • Significant figures of the twentieth century in science and Christianity.
  • Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
  • James F. Salmon
  • Thomas F. Torrance
  • James C. Peterson
  • Tapio Luoma
  • Arthur Peacocke
  • Taede A. Smedes
  • Ian G. Barbour
  • Nathan J. Hallanger
  • Wolfhart Pannenberg
  • Hans Schwarz
  • John Polkinghorne
  • Christopher C. Knight
  • An inclusive framework for stem cell research
  • John F. Kilner
  • The problem of transhumanism in the light of philosophy and theology
  • Philippe Gagnon
Control code
769289567
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xix, 644 pages
Isbn
9781444335712
Lccn
2011050474
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
99949744875
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)769289567

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