Books in category Religion – Religion & Science | Page 5

  • EGods

    EGods
    William Sims Bainbridge

    William Bainbridge contends that the worlds of massively multiplayer online roleplaying games provide a new perspective on the human quest, one that combines the arts and simulates most aspects of real life.

  • Teaching the Controversy

    Teaching the Controversy
    Patrick H. Clancy

    A retired biology teacher who has the theology of an evangelical Christian details why he believes in the theory of the Big Bang: The Lord spoke and BANG–there it was. (Social Issues)

  • Science Kids and Christian Education

    Science, Kids, and Christian Education
    Debbie Trafton O’Neal

    And you don't have to be an expert in art, drama, or computers to do it effectively. These books provide great background for deeper learning and plenty of ideas.

  • The Lost World of Adam and Eve

    The Lost World of Adam and Eve
    John H. Walton

    The Lost World of Adam and Eve will be required reading for anyone seeking to understand this foundational text historically and theologically, and wondering how to view it alongside contemporary understandings of human origins.

  • Man and the Universe

    Man and the Universe
    Oliver Lodge

    Originally published in 1908, Lodge applies his background in physics to the study of Christian Theology.

  • Brave New Judaism

    Brave New Judaism
    Miryam Z. Wahrman

    Clones, genetically modified foods, frozen embryos, stem cells, gene therapy: these are some of the new discoveries and scientific developments that are guaranteed to change our lives and our society forever.

  • The Parental Figures and the Representation of God

    The Parental Figures and the Representation of God
    Antoine Vergote, Alvaro Tamayo

  • Mind Brain and the Elusive Soul

    Mind, Brain and the Elusive Soul
    Mark Graves

    Many scientists and scholars believe the whole is more than the sum of the parts. This book uses information and systems theory to describe the "more" that does not reduce to the parts.

  • The progress and tendencies of science

    The progress and tendencies of science
    Albert Barnes

  • Reconstructing a Christian Theology of Nature

    Reconstructing a Christian Theology of Nature
    Anna Case-Winters

    This book takes the current criticism of Christian tradition to heart and invites a reconsideration of the problematic elements: its desacralization of nature; its preoccupation with the human being to the neglect of the rest of nature; its …

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