Updated 2009 July 29
AAAS Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion From the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
firstname.lastname@example.org An active email discussion group on science & faith topics, aimed at ASA members.
Canadian Scientific & Christian Affiliation A Canadian organization similar to the ASA.
Christian Astronomy An organization for Christian amateur astronomers.
Christians in Science A British organization similar to the ASA.
Faraday Institute Scholarly research on science and religion. Named after Michael Farady, one of Britain's best scientists, who saw his faith as integral to his scientific research.
InterVarsity Graduate Student & Faculty Ministry An organization for Christian grad students and faculty in all academic fields, primarily at United States universities.
Interdisciplinary Documentation on Religion and Science, associated with the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome, Italy. general editor Fr. Giuseppe Tanzella-Nitti. A large anthology of selected writings and a dynamic online encyclopedia.
Reasons to Believe An organization run by Hugh Ross, presenting an old universe as God's creation.
The Templeton Foundation Funds and coordinates a variety of activities related to science & religion. They have commissioned essays from a wide range of views on Big Questions, such as "Does the Universe have a purpose?"
Vatican Observatory founded by Pope Leo XIII in 1891, and an active research center.
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A collection of quotations on astronomy and Christian faith, compiled by chr-astro members.
Several astronomy articles in the WebZine Live Living. See the July-Aug09 and Sept-Oct09 editions in their archive.
Bruce Booher. Mystery and Awe in Faith and Science. A nice collection of quotes and resources on the wonder we experience in the natural world and how it relates to faith.
Danielson, Dennis. "Copernicus and the Pale Blue Dot". Download the rtf file. An mp3 audio file is also available (he gave this paper as a plenary address at the 2003 ASA annual meeting). He summarized the key points in a local newspaper article that also highlights the International Year of Astronomy.
Dunlop, John. An article ("Science and Faith: a close embrace?") plus references to many books and resources.
Haarsma, Deborah. PPT files and handouts from various talks and seminars on science and Christian faith.
Hrivnak, Bruce. "Glorious are the Works of the Lord: Studying the Heavens". 2001 Rubel Lecture in Christianity and Higher Learning (Valparaiso University).
Newquist, David. A complete book: Natural Science and Christian Faith.
Keel, Bill. "A Non-Dialogue on the Two Great World Systems." Mercury, 1995, vol. 24, number 6, pages 12-15.
Payne, Peter. Apologetics articles, lecture notes, book reviews, and more.
Ross, Hugh A complete organization (Reasons to Believe) and several published books.
Tanzella-Nitti, Giuseppe, editor. Interdisciplinary Documentation of Religion and Science.
Zeilstra, Bill. A Majestic Creation. TODAY, The Back to God Hour, June 2001. One month of astronomy-related devotionals.
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Alexander, Dennis. Rebuilding the Matrix.
Barbour, Ian. When Science Meets Religion. 2000, Harper, ISBN 006060381X
Barbour, Ian. Religion and Science:Historical and Contemporary Issues. 1997, Harper, ISBN 0-06-060938-9
Chappell and Cook (editors). Not Just Science: Questions Where Christian Faith and Natural Science Intersect. 2005, Zondervan. # ISBN-10: 0310263832
for Integrity in Science Education Staff. Teaching Science in
a Climate of Controversy: A View from the American Scientific Affiliation.
1986, ASA Press, ISBN 1881479005
Collins, Francis. The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief. 2006, Free Press
Danielson, Dennis Richard. The Book of the Cosmos: Imagining the Universe from Heraclitus to Hawking. 2000, Perseus, ISBN 0738202479
Dick, Steven, ed. Many Worlds. 2000, Templeton Foundation, ISBN 1890151424
Ferngren, Gary. Science and Religion: A Historical Introduction.
Robert. God Did It, But How? 1997, ASA Press, ISBN 1881479021
Flew, Anthony. There is a God: How the World's Most Notorious Atheist Changed His Mind.
Gingerich, Owen. God's Universe.
Gingerich, Owen. The Book Nobody Read. 2004, Walker & Company, ISBN 0802714153
Glover, Gordon. Beyond the Firmament.
Gonzalez, Guillermo and Richards, Jay Wesley. The Privileged Planet: How Our Place in the Cosmos Is Designed for Discovery. 2004, Regnery Publishing, ISBN 0895260654
Haarsma, Deborah and Haarsma, Loren. Origins: A Reformed Look at Creation, Design, and Evolution. 2007, Faith Alive Resources, ISBN 978-1-59255-227-6
Harrison, Peter. The Bible, Protestantism, and the Rise of Natural Science. 1998,Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0521000963
Walter. Being A Christian in Science. 1997, InterVarsity
Press, ISBN 0830818987
Hummel, Charles. The Galileo Connection. 1986, InverVarsity Press, ISBN 087784500X
MacKay, Donald. The Open Mind and Other Essays. 1988, InterVarsity Press (in England), ISBN 0851196404
McGrath, Alister. A Fine-Tuned Universe.
Keith, ed. Perspectives on an Evolving Creation. 2003,
Eerdmans, ISBN 0802805124.
Molnar, Michael. The Star of Bethlehem: The Legacy of the Magi. 1999, Rutgers, ISBN 0813527015
Numbers, Ronald. The Creationists: The Evolution of Scientific Creationism. 1992, University of California Press, ISBN 0520083938
Numbers, Ronald and Lindberg, David, editors. When Science and Christianity Meet.
Numbers, Ronald, editor. Galileo Goes to Jail and other Myths about Science and Religion. 2009, Harvard University Press.
Russell, Robert J., William Stoeger, and George Coyne, ed. John Paul II on Science and Religion: Reflections on the New View from Rome. 1990, University of Notre Dame Press, ISBN 0268012091
John. Belief in God in an Age of Science. 1998, Yale University
Press, ISBN 0300072945
John, and Welker, Michael, ed. The End of the World and the Ends
of God. 2000, Trinity Press, ISBN 1563383128
Ratzsch, Del. The Battle of the Beginnings. 1996, InterVarsity Press, ISBN 0830815295
Ross, Hugh. The Genesis Question: Scientific Advances and the Accuracy of Genesis. 1998, Navpress, ISBN 1576831116
Tanzella-Nitti, Giuseppe A. Faith, Reason and the Natural Sciences
John Marks, ed. How Large is God?: Voices of Scientists and Theologians.
1997, Templeton Foundation Press, ISBN 1890151017
Van Till, Howard, Robert E. Snow, John H. Stek, and Davis A. Young. Portraits of Creation: Biblical and Scientific Perspectives on the World's Formation. 1990, Eerdmans, ISBN 0802804853
Walton, John. The Lost World of Genesis One: Ancient Cosmology and the Origins Debate. 2009, IVP Academic, ISBN 0830837043.
Willard, Dallas. Knowing Christ Today: Why We Can Trust Spiritual Knowledge.
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Indescribable. A sermon by Louie Giglio with beautiful astronomical images. Order here.
Religion and Science: Pathways to Truth. Produced by the Wesley Ministry Network, hosted by Francis Collins. Several lectures by experts, study guide avaialble. http://www.wesleyministrynetwork.com/ptinfo.html
Test of Faith. Produced by the Faraday Institute. 90 minutes, the first 30 minutes addresses Cosmology. Study guide for small groups is available. http://www.testoffaith.com/
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Anderson, Porter. "Eilene Theilig: Faith, by Jupiter." CNN.com, Dec. 11, 2001.
Coyne, George. "God's Chance Creation". August 6, 2005, The Tablet
Davis, Edward "Intelligent Design on Trial." Religion in the News, Winter 2006, Vol 8, No. 3, p.8ff. A balanced discussion of Intelligent Design from a Christian historian of science.
Gary. "Space and Spirit." Baltimore Sun, June 9, 2002, p. 6E.
Downs, Christopher. Essays on Science and Christian Faith.
Edward and Witham, Larry "Scientists
are still keeping the faith", Nature, 386, 435 (03 April 1997).
God in the Heavens." Christianity Today online, posted 2004