Theology and Science 18.1 Published

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Volume 18, Number 1 / November 2020

Leveling the Posthuman Playing Field, by Francesca Ferrando
Human Future in Space and Gene Editing: Waiting for Feminist Space Ethics and Feminist Space Philosophy, by Konrad Szocik

In Memoriam
Mgr. Denis Edwards (1943–2019), by Robert John Russell

Toward an Evangelical Evolutionary Theodicy, by Denis O. Lamoureux
The Multiverse: What Philosophers and Theologians Get Wrong, by Neil A. Manson
Atheistic Scientists and Christian Theologians as Travel Companions, by Franco Manni
Free Will, God’s Providence, and Quantum Entanglement, by Joshua Marshall Strahan
AI as Awakened Intelligence: Buddha, Kurzweil and the Film Her, by Neela Bhattacharya Saxena
Seeking Purpose in Creation and Evolution: The Agapic Principle, by Paul M. Rosenblum
Humans as Creators of “Life” in a Philosophical-Theological Perspective, by Harald Matern
Jonathan Edwards, Petitionary Prayer, and the Cognitive Science of Religion, by David W. Kling
Who speaks for nature? On the continued importance of the Bergson-Einstein debate, by Jacob Holsinger Sherman
Relationship Between Religion and Science in the Muslim Modernism, by Hakan Çoruh

Book Reviews
Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress by Steven Pinker. Reviewed by John B. King
Creator God, evolving world; A public God: natural theology reconsidered, by Cynthia Crysdale and Neil Ormerod. Reviewed by Bruce Wollenberg