SCIENCE, RELIGION, AND VOLLEYBALL
- Pace Galileo: The present and future of religion/science dialogue. Byers, David M. // America;4/9/1994, Vol. 170 Issue 12, p26
Focuses on dialogues on religion and science. History of conflict; Imagery of faith and reason as adversaries; Creationists versus evolutionists; Theological implications of the human genome initiative; Soothing the ghost of Galileo.
- The new religion science dialogue. Carrigan, Henry L. // Publishers Weekly;6/12/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 24, p25
Examines the relationship of religion and science as depicted in literary and academic works. Conflict between religion and science in popular and well-publicized books; Conflict over creation and evolution; Books which challenges the creation theories; Efforts to bridge the gap between...
- Parapsychological abstracts. Feather, Sally // Journal of Parapsychology;Jun96, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p180
Focuses on the traditional conflict between science and religion. Attempts to solve the conflict; How Tart attempted to solve the conflict between religion and science.
- Religious life, too, sways to the ancient rhythm of earth's energy, entropy. McBrien, P. Clare // National Catholic Reporter;2/17/95, Vol. 31 Issue 16, p43
Discusses the role of entropy in religious life. Author's experiences during a provincial chapter of her community; Observations on the energies and talents of the participants; Insights from the book `Canticle to the Cosmos,' by Brian Swimme.
- So finely tuned a universe. Polkinghorne, John // Commonweal;8/16/96, Vol. 123 Issue 14, p11
Presents an essay adapted from a lecture given at Connecticut College in New London, Connecticut, concerning the possibility of religious belief in scientific age. Scientific and religious beliefs as motivated understanding of the ways things are; Concern with the exploration of different...
- Reclaiming the soul of science. Colson, Charles // Christianity Today;8/14/95, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p64
Discusses the relations between science and religion. Key presuppositions of Christian belief; Natural order as inscrutable; God's rationality that orders nature.
- Visions, secular and sacred. Midgley, Mary // Hastings Center Report;Sep/Oct95, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p20
Attempts to reconcile science and religion. Treating evolution as a religion; Need for visions; Cybernetic angle; Role of the numinous; James Lovelock's notion of Gaia.
- Is Science a Religion? Dawkins, Richard // Humanist;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p26
Presents a speech delivered by the author in accepting the 1996 Humanist of the Year award from the American Humanist Association. Question of whether science is a religion in itself; Role science can play in religious education.
- Science and faith: An astronomer's perspective. Corbally, Christopher J. // America;4/9/1994, Vol. 170 Issue 12, p22
Discusses the relationship between science and faith. Non-opposition of the Catholic Church and its pastors to science; Common quest for understanding; Enhancement of science through the filter of faith and vice versa.