Science and Faith Electronic Resources


American Scientific Affiliation (ASA): an active organization for all types of scientists who are Christians. Their web site has several useful links. Members receive a bi-monthly journal of scholarly articles on science & Christianity topics, and a (very useful) bi-monthly newsletter on the science & Christianity outreach activities of its members and others.

Christian Professional Societies: There are organizations for Christians in nearly every academic and professional field (not just scientific!). This website is a nice summary of the organizations available, with contact information for each. Many have reduced membership rates for students, and some have mentoring and other resources specifically aimed at students.

The Institute for Creation Research: an organization promoting the Young Earth Creationism view of origins (see our response Week 6 Handout)

Origins: an organization promoting the Progressive Creationist/Intelligent Design view of origins (see our response Week 6 Handout)

Reasons to Believe: an organization promoting Fine-Tuning arguments (see our response Week 4 Handout)

new! Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies: a Christian organization sponsoring research and education on the environment (recommended in Week 9)

new! The Christian Medical & Dental Society: A detailed discussion of bioethics including medical research references and theological discussion (recommended in Week 9)

meta@templeton.org: a moderated email discussion group on science & religion (not just Christianity), sponsored by The Templeton Foundation. See the Meta web site for subscription information.

asa@calvin.edu: an email discussion group on science & Christianity topics. For subscription information, email majordomo@calvin.edu with the words "info asa" (no quotes) in the body of the message.

evolution@calvin.edu: an email discussion group specifically on origins (creation/evolution). For subscription information, email majordomo@calvin.edu with the words "info asa" (no quotes) in the body of the message.


Return to outline of the series: "Science and Spirituality: Is Harmony Possible?"
lhaarsma@calvin.edu, Last updated April 18, 1999. Some links updated 2001 June 13.