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  • Science Consciousness and Ultimate Reality

    Science, Consciousness and Ultimate Reality
    David Lorimer

    The Science, Consciousness and Ultimate Reality project was set up with the support of the John Templeton Foundation in order to examine critical issues at the interface between science, religion and the field of 'consciousness studies'.

  • The Sun in the Church

    The Sun in the Church
    J. L. Heilbron

    Above all, the book illuminates the niches protected and financed by the Catholic Church in which science and mathematics thrived.

  • La doppia veritĂ

    La doppia veritĂ 
    Sergio Landucci

  • Historia de las creencias y de las ideas religiosas Volume 3

    Historia de las creencias y de las ideas religiosas, Volume 3
    Mircea Eliade

    Mircea Eliade, nacido en Rumanía en 1907, se instaló en París después de la segunda guerra mundial.

  • The God Hypothesis

    The God Hypothesis
    Michael Anthony Corey

    Drawing on the fairy tale of Goldilocks and The Three Bears, Michael A. Corey believes that the "just right" conditions that created life on earth provide overwhelming evidence of an Intelligent Designer at work.

  • A Hopeful Earth

    A Hopeful Earth
    Sally Dyck, Sarah Ehrman

    Explores the questions "Who are we?" and "Why are we interested in connecting Jesus to the care of creation?"

  • God According to God

    God According to God
    Gerald Schroeder

    This opens our eyes to other characteristics of God that we have long overlooked despite their being present in some of the most popular stories in the Bible—a God who regrets (the flood of Noah), a God who wants us to argue with Him …

  • Habitat of Grace

    Habitat of Grace
    Carolyn M. King

    This book uses the issues raised in these reports to look at biology, the envrinomental crisis and theological response to it all by developing a new theology of creation.

  • The Travail of Nature

    The Travail of Nature
    H. Paul Santmire

    This is why it is appropriate to speak of the ambiguous ecological promises of Christian theology.

  • Islam Standards and Technoscience

    Islam, Standards, and Technoscience
    Johan Fischer

    Exploring global halal in networks, training, laboratories, activism, companies, shops and restaurants, this book will be an essential resource to scholars and students of social science interested in the global interface zones between …

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