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Why the science and religion dialogue matters [electronic resource] : voices from the International Society for Science and Religion / edited by Fraser Watts and Kevin Dutton.

Contributor(s): Watts, Fraser N | Dutton, Kevin | International Society for Science and Religion.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Philadelphia : Templeton Foundation Press, c2006Description: 1 online resource (viii, 158 p.).ISBN: 9781599472447 (electronic bk.); 1599472449 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Religion and science -- Congresses | Geloof en wetenschap | RELIGION / Religion & ScienceGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Why the science and religion dialogue matters.DDC classification: 201/.65 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Why the science and religion dialogue matters / George F.R. Ellis -- Does "science and religion" matter? / John Polkinghorne -- Science and religion dialogue: why it matters / Holmes Rolston III -- Science and religion: where have we come from and where are we going? / John Polkinghorne -- Science, religion, and culture / Fraser Watts -- State of the international religion-science discussion today / Philip Clayton -- Judaism and science: a contemporary appraisal / Carl Feit -- Is the science and religion discourse relevant to Islam? / Munawar A. Anees -- Science and Hinduism: some reflections / B.V. Subbarayappa -- Science and Buddhism: at the crossroads / Trinh Xuan Thuan -- Asian Christianity: toward a trilogue of humility: sciences, theologies, and Asian religions / Heup Young Kim -- Conclusion: Science, religion, and the future of dialogue / Ronald Cole-Turner.
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Based on papers originally presented at various conferences which took place between 2002 and 2004.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Why the science and religion dialogue matters / George F.R. Ellis -- Does "science and religion" matter? / John Polkinghorne -- Science and religion dialogue: why it matters / Holmes Rolston III -- Science and religion: where have we come from and where are we going? / John Polkinghorne -- Science, religion, and culture / Fraser Watts -- State of the international religion-science discussion today / Philip Clayton -- Judaism and science: a contemporary appraisal / Carl Feit -- Is the science and religion discourse relevant to Islam? / Munawar A. Anees -- Science and Hinduism: some reflections / B.V. Subbarayappa -- Science and Buddhism: at the crossroads / Trinh Xuan Thuan -- Asian Christianity: toward a trilogue of humility: sciences, theologies, and Asian religions / Heup Young Kim -- Conclusion: Science, religion, and the future of dialogue / Ronald Cole-Turner.

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