Books in category Religion – Religion & Science | Page 1

  • Gaj

    Gaj
    Robert Sean Lewis (aka Rafiq)

    Gaj: The End of Religion offers a concise survey of our ideas about “God” from 600 BC to the present in the service of a single compelling argument: “God” is not an individual but the very substance of the universe.

  • A Biblical Case for an Old Earth

    A Biblical Case for an Old Earth
    David Snoke

    "–Michael J. Behe, author, Darwin's Black Box "A marvelous book! Dr. Snoke gives us a powerful biblical warrant for an old earth, the best I've ever seen. You need to read this book, whether you're already convinced or not.

  • Cognitive Science and the New Testament

    Cognitive Science and the New Testament
    István Czachesz

    István Czachesz argues that the field of New Testament Studies witnesses the beginning of a cognitive turn.

  • Church Science and a Rabbit

    Church, Science, and a Rabbit
    Charles Sigman, Charles Sigman Osl

    Over the last fifteen years of my ministry I have seen both the positives and negatives of technology.

  • The Biblical Basis for Modern Science

    The Biblical Basis for Modern Science
    Dr. Henry M. Morris

    For decades, Henry Morris has been known as a defender of the Christian faith. It's an auspicious title for such a humble man, yet no one can deny that the grasp Morris has on science and faith issues is staggering.

  • The Science of God

    The Science of God
    Gerald L. Schroeder

    In The Science of God, distinguished physicist and Biblical scholar Gerald L. Schroeder demonstrates the surprising parallels between a variety of Biblical teachings and the findings of biochemists, paleontologists, astrophysicists, and …

  • Cosmic Blueprint

    Cosmic Blueprint
    Paul Davies

    In this critically acclaimed book, first published in 1988 and now reprinted in paperback, scientist and author Paul Davies explains how recent scientific advances are transforming our understanding of the emergence of complexity and …

  • Scientific Creationism

    Scientific Creationism
    Henry Madison Morris, Institute for Creation Research

    This book deals with all the important aspects of the creation-evolution question from a strictly scientific point of view, attempting to evaluate the physical evidence from the relevant scientific fields without reference to the Bible or …

  • Science and the Eastern Orthodox Church

    Science and the Eastern Orthodox Church
    Professor Daniel Buxhoeveden, Professor Gayle Woloschak

    Drawing together leading Orthodox scientists, theologians, and historians confronting some of the critical issues and uses of modern science, this book will be useful for students, academics and clergy who want to develop a greater …

  • Eden s Garden Rethinking Sin and Evil in an Era of Scientific Promise

    Eden’s Garden : Rethinking Sin and Evil in an Era of Scientific Promise
    Richard J. Coleman

    This work is not an anti-science polemic, but rather an argument to show how sin and evil can make sense to the nonreligious mind, and how it is valuable to make sense of such phenomena.

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