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Table of Contents for 2016: Volume 28 (2)

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Articles

Title Author(s) Pages  
Distinguishing Doctrine and Theological Theory – A Tool for Exploring the Interface between Science and Faith
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BENNO VAN DEN TOREN 55-73 [Abstract]
The Bible, Science and Human Origins
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ERNEST C. LUCAS
DENIS R. ALEXANDER
R.J. (SAM) BERRY
G. ANDREW D. BRIGGS
COLIN J. HUMPHREYS
MALCOLM A. JEEVES
ANTHONY C. THISELTON
74-99 [Abstract]
Going beyond the How and Why of Science-Religion? Senior Christian Leaders on Science and Personal Faith
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REBECCA BOUVENG
DAVID WILKINSON
100-116 [Abstract]
 

Book Reviews

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Title Author(s) Pages  
Human evolution: genes, genealogies and phylogenies Graeme Finlay
(Tom Hartman)
117-118  
Chance or Providence – Religious Perspectives on Divine Action Louise Hickman (ed.)
(Denis Alexander)
118-119  
Dealing with Darwin: Place, Politics, and Rhetoric in Religious Engagements with Evolution David N. Livingstone
(Jonathan W. Chappell)
119-121  
All In The Mind?: Does Neuroscience Challenge Faith? Peter Clarke
(Malcolm Jeeves)
121-123  
Beyond Matter: Why Science Needs Metaphysics Roger Trigg
(Rodney Holder)
123-124  
The Territories of Science and Religion Peter Harrison
(James Hannam)
124-125  
The Runes of Evolution: How the Universe Became Self-Aware Simon Conway Morris
(David C. Lahti)
125-127  
Can Science Explain Religion? The Cognitive Science Debate James W. Jones
(Roger Trigg)
127-129  
Technofutures, Nature and the Sacred: Transdisciplinary Perspectives Celia Deane-Drummond
Sigurd Bergmann
Bronislaw Szerszynski (eds.)
(Graham Nevin)
129-130  
Scripture and Cosmology: Reading the Bible between the Ancient World and Modern Science Kyle Greenwood
(Denis O. Lamoureux)
131-132  
Saving the Original Sinner: How Christians have Used the Bible’s First Man to Oppress, Inspire and Make Sense of the World K. W. Giberson
(Simon Kolstoe)
133-134  
Inventing the Universe: Why we Can’t Stop Talking about Science, Faith and God Alister McGrath
(Chris Oldfield)
134-135  
Suffering: If God exists, why doesn’t he stop it? John Morris
(David Girling)
136-137  
Origins: The Scientific Story of Creation Jim Baggott
(Peter J. M. van der Burgt)
137-139  
Origins: God, Evolution, and the Question of the Cosmos Philip A Rolnick
(Graeme Finlay)
139-140  
 

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