Science and Religion: Bridging the Gap

Science & Religion: Bridging the GapSince the beginning of the 20th century, scientists have been exploring an entirely new way of looking at the world and the universe. Their discoveries have raised challenging new questions for those who do not believe in God — and especially for those who do.

Other articles about science:

Debate series between Fred Heeren and Bernard Leikind:
    1. Do Recent Discoveries in Science 
           Offer Evidence for the Existence of God?
    2. Does Modern Cosmology Point to a Biblical Creator?
    3. Does Christianity Offer the Best Reason 
           for a Moral and Meaningful Life?

The faith of an atheist — a discussion with Alister McGrath

Creation and evolution? How did God bring about the rich variety of species on earth?

Must we choose between science and the Bible?

Astrophysics and apologetics, an interview

Beyond the reach of science, by David O'Brien 

Religion in an age of science, by John Polkinghorne

Science and religion, by Dick Tripp
     What does Genesis 1 really teach?

Genesis 1: Are the six days of creation literal, or figurative? by M. Morrison

The battle over Genesis 1, by Neil Earle

Transformations in the history of cosmology, by John McKenna

Are geologic strata the result of the Flood? 
An overview of the geologic record  
How plants and animals have changed through the geologic eras
How land animals have changed through geologic time

Links about science and religion

We provide these links as information assistance, not as endorsement of any list or link.

God's action in the world, by John Polkinghorne

American Association for the Advancement of Science - dialogue on science, ethics and religion

Coral reefs and related carbonate structures as indicators of great age, by Daniel Wonderly

Are the days of Genesis longer than 24 hours? The Bible says, "Yes!" by Perry Phillips

Radiometric Dating, Paleosols and the Geologic Column: Three Strikes Against Young Earth Creationism, by Joe Meert

The Geologic Column and its Implications for the Flood, by Glenn Morton

The antiquity and the unity of the human race revisited, by Davis Young

Radiometric dating: a Christian perspective, by Roger Wiens

Space and time in the Genesis cosmogony, by Meredith G. Kline

American Scientific Affiliation creation/ evolution page

Report of the Creation Study Committee, Presbyterian Church of America (very long)

Taxonomy, transitional forms, and the fossil record, by Keith Miller

The status of evolution as a scientific theory, by Robert Newman, John Bloom, Perry Phillips, and John Studenroth

The evolution of a skeptic: an interview with Dr. Michael Behe

The mistrial of evolution: a review of Phillip Johnson's Darwin on Trial, by Terry Gray

Complexity—Yes! Irreducible—maybe! Unexplainable—no! A creationist critique of irreducible complexity, by Terry Gray

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