Posted by: Brian Robinette | February 11, 2009

Theology and Evolution: Resources

As promised, I will provide here some further resources for those working on the relationship between theology and evolution / religion and science. Here are a few:

  • This is a link to a bibliography produced for the National Center for Science Education. There are a number of good sources, though it is by no means exhaustive. Just a good start. (The rest of the site is interesting to explore, too.)
  • This is a bibliography prepared by Kenneth Miller (see post below).
  • This is a resource page that builds upon resources collated by John Polkinghorne, which includes several of Polkinghorne’s own works.
  • Here is an annotated bibliography with numerous subheadings. Quite helpful.

CB068378And, of course, don’t neglect that tremendous resources available through the library, especially targeted key word searches through databases.

If those of you working in this area come across something worthy of sharing, by all means.

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