CTNS Books

One of the most important embodiments of the mission of CTNS to bridge science and religion through research, teaching, and public service are the many publications that have been produced by CTNS programs, faculty and associates, These publications reflect diligent research, with the aims of producing excellent scholarship which can be used in the service of teachers, students and the general public. Please see below for a list of suggested introductory books in theology and science as well as more advanced titles arranged in alphabetical order. Authors include Francisco J. Ayala, Ian Barbour, Philip Clayton, Nancey Murphy, Ted Peters, Mark Richardson, Robert John Russell, Christopher Southgate, William Stoeger, and more.

Recommended Introductory Books

Publications by CTNS Faculty and Associates