Readings


Science

  • Darwin’s Dice, by Curtis Johnson.
  • Complexity and the Arrow of Time, Ed. by Charles H. Lineweaver, Paul C. W. Davies, and Michael Ruse.
  • The Solitary Self, by Mary Midgley.
  • Hardwired Behavior, by Laurence R.Tancredi.
  • The Whole Creature, by Wendy Wheeler.
  • Worlds Before Adam, by Martin J. S. Rudwick.
  • Brain Storm, by Rebecca M. Jordan-Young.
  • The Evolution of Darwinism, by Timothy Shanahan.
  • Science and the Trinity, by John Polkinghorne.
  • Natural Ethical Facts, by William D. Casebeer.
  • (Dis)Entangling Darwin, Ed. by Sara Graça da Silva, Fátima Vieira, and Jorge Bastos da Silva.
  • History of the Conflict Between Religion and Science, by John William Draper.
  • Brave New Universe, by Paul Halpern and Paul Wesson.
  • Big History and the Future of Humanity, by Fred Spier.
  • The Logic of Chance, by Eugene V. Koonin.
  • Quantum Enigma, by Bruce Rosenblum and Fred Kuttner.
  • Evolution, Culture, and the Human Mind, Ed. by Mark Schaller, Ara Norenzayan, Steven J. Heine, Toshio Yamagishi, and Tatsuya Kameda.
  • From Cosmos to Chaos, by Peter Coles.
  • Physics Meets Philosophy at the Planck Scale, Ed. by Craig Callender and Nick Huggett.
  • The Drunkard's Walk, by Leonard Mlodinow.
  • Weaving the Universe, by Paul S. Wesson.
  • Contradictions, by Jose´ M. Musacchio.
  • Slow Death by Rubber Duck, by Rick Smith and Bruce Lourie.
  • Origins, by Deborah B. Haarsma and Loren D. Haarsma.
  • Evolutionary History, by Edmund Russell.
  • On Fact and Fraud, by David Goodstein.
  • The Neuroscience of Religious Experience, by Patrick McNamara.
  • Scientific Method, by Barry Gower.
  • The Tragic Sense of Life, by Robert J. Richards.
  • Cosmic Heritage, by Peter Shaver.
  • Reception of Charles Darwin in Europe, Ed. by Eve-Marie Engels and Thomas F. Glick.
  • Reinventing the Sacred, by Stuart A. Kauffman.
  • Why Beliefs Matter, by E. Brian Davies.
  • The Quantum Ten, by David Walbert.
  • Merchants of Immortality, by Stephen S. Hall.
  • Meltdown, by Patrick J. Michaels.
  • Evolutionary Restraints, by Mark E. Borrello.
  • Evidence of the Afterlife, by Jeffrey Long, with Paul Perry.
  • What Science Is and How It Works, by Gregory N. Derry.
  • The Lomborg Deception, by Howard Friel.
  • How Many Friends Does One Person Need?, by Robin Dunbar.
  • The Hidden Reality, by Brian Greene.
  • Intelligent Design Creationism and Its Critics, by Robert T. Pennock.
  • Mindful Universe, by Henry P. Stapp.
  • Uncertainty, by David Lindley.
  • Uncertain Science ... Uncertain World, by Henry N. Pollack.
  • The Plausibility of Life, by Marc W. Kirschner and John C. Gerhart.
  • For the Rock Record, Ed. by Jill S. Schneiderman and Warren D. Allmon.
  • Physics Meets Philosophy at the Planck Scale, Ed. by Craig Callender.
  • Evolutionary Theory and the Creation Controversy, by Olivier Rieppel.
  • New Theories of Everything, by John D. Barrow.
  • Holistic Darwinism, by Peter A. Corning.
  • Saving Darwin, by Karl W. Giberson.
  • The Neuroscience of Religious Experience, by Patrick McNamara.
  • Science and Religion, Ed. by Thomas Dixon, Geoffrey Cantor, and Stephen Pumfrey.
  • Darwin in the Genome, by Lynn Helena Caporale.
  • Why Evolution Works (and Creationism Fails), by Matt Young and Paul K. Strode.
  • Wider Than the Sky, by Gerald M. Edelman.
  • From Certainty to Uncertainty, by F. David Peat.
  • Signature in the Cell, by Stephen C. Myer.
  • The Soul in the Brain, by Michael R. Trimble.
  • Genetic Nature/Culture, Ed. by Alan H. Goodman, Deborah Heath, and M. Susan Lindee.
  • Second Nature, by Gerald M. Edelman.
  • Paths From Science Towards God, by Arthur Peacocke.
  • The Paleobiological Revolution, Ed. by David Sepkoski and Michael Ruse.
  • Not A Chimp, by Jeremy Taylor.
  • Who Rules in Science, by James Robert Brown.
  • The Evolution–Creation Struggle, by Michael Ruse.
  • Science & Christianity: Four Views, Ed. by Richard F. Carlson.
  • Downward Causation and the Neurobiology of Free Will, Ed. by Nancey Murphy, George F.R. Ellis, and Timothy O’Connor.
  • Why Intelligent Design Fails, Ed. by Matt Young and Taner Edis.
  • Faith, Science and Understanding, by John Polkinghorne.
  • Science and the Spiritual Quest, Ed. by W. Mark Richardson, Robert John Russell, Philip Clayton and Kirk Wegter-McNelly.
  • Creationism’s Trojan Horse, by Barbara Forrest & Paul R. Gross.
  • Matter and Spirit in the Universe, by Helge Kragh.
  • Knowing the Unknowable, Ed. by John Bowker.
  • The Biological Evolution of Religious Mind and Behavior, by George Makari.
  • Evolution vs. Creationism, by Eugenie C. Scott.
  • Exploring Reality, by John Polkinghorne.
  • Darwin's Spectre, by Michael R. Rose.
  • Spiritual Evolution, Ed. by John Marks Templeton and Kenneth Seeman Giniger.
  • The Scientific Revolution and the Origins of Modern Science, by John Henry.
  • God, Science, and Humility, Ed. by Robert L. Herrmann.
  • God, Evil, and Design, by David O’Connor.
  • Science & Faith, by C. John Collins.
  • A Second Genesis, by Julian Chela-Flores.
  • Heterodoxy in Early Modern Science and Religion, Ed. by John Brooke and Ian Maclean.
  • Darwin, His Daughter, and Human Evolution, by Randal Keynes.
  • Evolution and Religion, by Michael Ruse.
  • Universe or Multiverse?, Ed. by Bernard Carr.
  • The God Part of the Brain, by Matthew Alper.
  • Science and the Bible, by Ted Burge.
  • Theology and Modern Physics, by Peter E. Hodgson.
  • Darwin Loves You, by George Levine.
  • Religion and the Challenges of Science, Ed. by William Sweet and Richard Feist.
  • Nature’s Clocks, by Doug Macdougall.
  • The Intelligibility of Nature, by Peter Dear.
  • Not In Our Classrooms, Ed. by Eugenie C. Scott and Glenn Branchby.
  • From Genesis to Genetics, by John A. Moore.
  • The Really Hard Problem, by Owen Flanagan.
  • The Fire in the Equations, by Kitty Ferguson.
  • The Spiritual Brain, by Mario Beauregard and Denyse O’Leary.
  • The Myths We Live By, by Mary Midgley.
  • Stephen Jay Gould, Ed. by Warren D. Allmon, Patricia H. Kelley, and Robert M. Ross.
  • By Design, by Larry Witham.
  • Finding Darwin's God, by Kenneth R. Miller.
  • Where God and Science Meet, Vol. 1, Ed. by Patrick McNamara.
  • Where God and Science Meet, Vol. 2, Ed. by Patrick McNamara.
  • Where God and Science Meet, Vol. 3, Ed. by Patrick McNamara.
  • Are We Hardwired?, by William R. Clark and Michael Grunstein.
  • Leaps in the Dark, by John Waller.
  • Kepler’s Witch, by James A. Connor.
  • Science, Religion and the Meaning of Life, by Mark Vernon.
  • Is Science Value Free?, by Hugh Lacey.
  • Bodies of Thought, by Ann Thomson.
  • Galileo in Rome, by William R. Shea and Mariano Artigas.
  • Darwin’s Gift, by Francisco J. Ayala.
  • Evidence and Evolution, by Elliot Sober.
  • Evangelicals and Science, by Michael Roberts.
  • Doubting Darwin?, by Sahotra Sarkar.
  • Science and Religion, by Thomas Dixon.
  • The Birth of Science, by Ray Spangenburg and Diane Kit Moser.
  • Quantum Physics and Theology, by John Polkinghorne.
  • Debating Design, Ed. by William A. Dembski and Michael Ruse.
  • The Emergence of a Scientific Culture, by Stephen Gaukroger.
  • God, the Devil, and Darwin, by Niall Shanks.



























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