Theology and Science Table of Contents

Volume 21, Issue 3 / August 2023



Muslims, Christians, Scientists, and Extraterrestrial Aliens by Ted Peters

What Does it Mean to Consider AI a Person? by Mark Graves


Special Theme: Philosophy of Science and Islamic Thought

Introduction to the Special Issue on Philosophy of Science and Islamic Thought by Shoaib Ahmed Malik

Scientific Realism and Anti-Realism Through the Lens of Sunnī Divine Action Models by David Solomon Jalajel

Shades of Structural Realism in Post-classical Islamic Thought by Nazir Khan

Divine Character: Iqbal's Conception of Divine Action and Armstrong's Laws of Nature by Logan David Siler

Islamic Theology and the Crisis of Contemporary Science: Naquib al-Attas’ “Metaphysical Critique” and a Husserlian Alternative by Ramon Harvey

The Use of Philosophy of Science in the Creationism-Evolution Debate: An Ashʿarī Perspective by Shoaib Ahmed Malik


Research Articles

Naphtali Levy's Divine World: Jewish Tradition, Panentheism and Darwinism by Daniel R. Langton

Foundational Principles for an Organically Constituted World by Joseph Bracken

Pauline Principalities and Quantum Structures: A Match Made in Heaven by Robert Lee

An Evolving Theodicy: A Critical and Constructive Engagement with Bethany Sollereder’s God, Evolution, and Animal Suffering by Seth P. Hart

What (if Anything) Should Christian Theology Learn from the Cognitive Science of Religion? by Neil Messer

Cognitive Science of Religion, Reliability, and Perceiving God by Jeffrey Tolly


Book Reviews

Spiritual Healing: Science, Meaning & Discernment edited by Sarah Coakley, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2020, 261 pp., $36.99, ISBN: 978-0802870933 Reviewed by Mark Graves

Robot Theology: Old Questions through New Media by Joshua K. Smith, Eugene, OR, Resource Publications, 2022, 196 pp., $9.99 (Kindle edition), ISBN: 978-1-66671-073-1 Reviewed by Max Tretter

Science and Religion in India: Beyond Disenchantment by Renny Thomas, London and New York, Routledge, 2022, 204 pp., $33 (eBook), ISBN: 9781003213475 Reviewed by Binoy Jacob Pichalakkattu


Review Essay

Evolutionary Theory and Original Sin - Aquinas, Original Sin, and the Challenge of Evolution, by Daniel W. Houck, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2020, ix + 284 pp., $108 (hardback), ISBN 978-1-1084-9369-7; When Did Sin Begin? Human Evolution and the Doctrine of Original Sin, by Loren Haarsma, Grand Rapids, MI, Baker Academic, 2021, ix + 272 pp., $27.99 (paperback), ISBN 978-1-5409-6368-0; Shadow Sophia: The Evolution of Wisdom, Volume II, by Celia E. Deane-Drummond, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2021, xv + 249 pp., $110 (hardback), ISBN 978-0-1988-4346-7 Reviewed by Anthony J. Scordino

Volume 21, Issue 2 / May 2023



Artificial Intelligence: What Can We Learn About Being Human From Non-Human Technological “Life”? by Robert Russell

ChatGPT’s Significance for Theology by Mark Graves

AI Is Calling from Rome, Once Again by Muzaffar Iqbal



An Ecotheology for Human Settlement of the Outer Planets: Roles for Religion Beyond the Warmth of the Sun by Margaret Boone Rappaport & Christopher J. Corbally

The Dignity of Causing: Kenosis, Compatibilism, and the God Beyond Genus by David S. Robinson

Georges Lemaître: Two Paths to Truth by Pawel Tambor

Shīʿī Imāmī Thought on Existence, Life, and Extraterrestrials by Shahbaz Haider, Abdullah Ansar & Syed Ali Asdaq Naqvi

Artificial General Intelligence and Panentheism by Oliver Li

Near-Death Experiences and Emergent Dualism by Jonathan Kopel

Will Digital Immortality Replace Religion? by Roberto Di Ceglie

A Comparative Study of Three Contemporary Iranian Muslim Thinkers in Science and Religion, with an Emphasis on Ted Peters’ Views by Maryam Shamsaei

Interaction in Emergent Human Systems by Mark Graves


Book Reviews

Theologie und Naturwissenschaft. Zur Überwindung von Vorurteilen und zu ganzheitlicher Wirklichkeitserkenntnis by Matthias Haudel. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2021. 486 pp. ISBN 978-3-8252-5561-9. Reviewed by Hans Schwarz

The Myth of Artificial Intelligence: Why Computers Can’t Think the Way We Do by Erik J. Larson, Cambridge, MA, Harvard Press, 2021, 312 pp., $29.95, ISBN: 9780674983519 Reviewed by Noreen Herzfeld

The Height of Prophet Adam: At the Crossroads of Science and Scripture by Mustansir Zaman. Oldham, UK: Beacon Books, 2022. xix + 151 pp. ISBN: 978-1915025326 Reviewed by Muzaffar Iqbal

Volume 21, Issue 1 / February 2023



What We Learn Daily During the Russian War in Ukraine by Anna Danylchuk

John Polkinghorne – A Dear Academic, Theological and Personal Friend by Michael Welker


Research Articles

From Soul Science to Spiritual Information: John Templeton on Science and its Religious Potential by Peter N. Jordan

A New Fourfold Taxonomy of Science-Religion Relations by Andrew Loke

An Ecotheology for Human Settlement of the Inner Planets: Dominion, Despoilment, and a Chance for Re-Dedication by Margaret Boone Rappaport & Christopher J. Corbally

“Your Faith has Healed You”: Christian Orthodox Theology’s Ethical Consideration on Placebos by Angelos Mavropoulos

From Deep Incarnation to Deep Anthropology: Hypostatic Union and the Universe in the Image of Imago Dei by Alexei V. Nesteruk

God Revealed to the Mind’s Eye: Divine Intelligence in Formal Beauty by Elizabeth R. Kovacs

Does God Act in the Quantum World? A Critical Engagement with Robert John Russell by Emily Qureshi-Hurst

God’s Vulnerability and the Costs of Evolution. A Tribute to Denis Edwards by Ricard Casadesús

Theological Dimensions of Humanlike Robots: A Roadmap for Theological Inquiry by Simon Balle

The Theory of Relativity and Theology: The Neo-Thomist Science–Theology Separation vs. Michael Heller’s Path to Dialogue by Paweł Polak & Jacek Rodzeń

The God of Cosmologists and Philosophers: Christian Theology and the Multiverse Hypothesis by Enrico Beltramini


Book Reviews

Why Science and Faith Need Each Other: Eight Shared Values that Move Us Beyond Fear by by Elaine Howard Ecklund, Grand Rapids, MI, Brazos Press, 2020, 176 pp., notes, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-58743-488-4 Reviewed by Ted Peters

Human enhancements for space missions. Lunar, Martian, and future missions to the outer planets edited by Konrad Szocik, Cham, Springer Nature Switzerland, 2020, 296 pages, 140 US$ (Hardback), ISBN 978-3-030-42035-2 Reviewed by Jacques Arnould

The Grace of Being Fallible in Philosophy, Theology, and Religion edited by Thomas John Hastings and Knut-Willy Sæther, London, England, Palgrave MacMillan, 2021, 169 pp. + xi, $119.99 (hardcover), ISBN 978-3-030-55915-1 Reviewed by Greg Cootsona

Life Concepts from Aristotle to Darwin: On Vegetable Souls by Lucas John Mix, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, 273 pp., € 74,99 (hardback), ISBN 978-3-319-96046-3 Reviewed by Frank Budenholzer


Volume 20, Issue 1 / February 2022

Science-Engaged Theology Comes to San Antonio: A Report from the American Academy of Religion / Society of Biblical Literature Meeting 2021 by Andrew Davison
Theology of Nature Belongs within Public Theology by Ted Peters

Virtual Pastor: Virtualization, AI, and Pastoral Care by William Young
“Your God is Too Small”: Retracing the Origins of Conflict Between Science and Religion by James C. Ungureanu
Does God Create Through Evolution? A Thomistic Perspective by Mariusz Tabaczek
Computational Topic Models for Theological Investigations by Mark Graves
A Theory of the Merging Noospheres: Teilhard and Big History by Riccardo Campa, Christopher Corbally, & Margaret Boone Rappaport
Original Sin: The New Scientific Context as Challenge and Opportunity by Lluis Oviedo
Freedom All the Way Up: A New Look by Joseph A. Bracken

Book Reviews
Philosophical Posthumanism by Francesca Ferrando Reviewed by Levi Checketts
A World Without Work: Technology, Automation, and How We Should Respond by Daniel Susskind Reviewed by R.J. William Gilfeather 
Until the End of Time: Mind, Matter, and Our Search for Meaning in an Evolving Universe by Brian Greene Reviewed by J.D. Lyonhart


Volume 19, Number 4 / November 2021

Science News for Theological Study: Machine Learning Unravels the Protein Folding Knot by Andrew Davison

The ETI Hypothesis and the Scandal of Particularity by Junghyung Kim
Created in the Image of God: Both Human and Non-Human Animals? By Eva van Urk-Coster
The Human and Beyond: Transhumanism, Historicity, Humanness by Eduardo R. Cruz
Is Simplicity that Simple? An Assessment of Richard Swinburne’s Argument from Cosmic Fine-Tuning by Emily Qureshi-Hurst
Contemporary Cosmology is Irrelevant to Classical Theistic Christian Eschatology by Steven Nemes
Philip Gosse’s Omphalos and the Creationist Problem of Measuring Miracles by Joshua Klose
Old Neighbors, New Neighbors: Terrestrial Nonhuman Persons and SETI by Bran Stigile-Wright

Book Reviews
Why we believe: evolution and human way of being by Agustin Fuentes Reviewed by Bruce Wollenberg
Ricoeur and the Third Discourse of the Person: From Philosophy and Neuroscience to Psychiatry and Theology by Michael T. H. Wong Reviewed by Ted Peters


Volume 19, Number 3 / August 2021

Keep the 14-Day Rule in Stem Cell Research by Ted Peters
In Memoriam: John C. Polkinghorne, 1930–2021 by Robert John Russell

Science News for Theological Study
Religion, Climate Change, and Material Demand Reduction by Andrew Davison

Ripostes and Responses
Bias in the Science and Religion Dialogue? A Critique of “Nature of Evidence in Religion and Natural Science” by E. V. Rope Kojonen

Book Symposium: God in Cosmic History: Where Science and History Meet Religion, by Ted Peters
Science, Theology, and Cosmic History: An Exposition and Critique of Ted Peters by Johanne S. T. Kristensen
Big History versus Cosmic History: A Review of Ted Peters’ Book by Lowell Gustafson
Can Big History and Cosmic History Help America Tell its Own Story? Applying Ted Peters’ Work to our Future by Derek Nelson
God in Cosmic History: A Response to My Critics by Ted Peters

Petitionary Prayer—Caught in the Chaos of Strange Attractors: A Study of Divine Action in the Writings of John Polkinghorne by Robert Q. Lewis
God’s Action in the World: A Critical Examination and Evaluation of Arthur Peacocke’s Divine Action Model by Daekyung Jung
A Convergence of Minds: Teilhard de Chardin and Conway Morris by Seth P. Hart
Theology of Continuous Creation by Fabien Revol
Apt Analogies and Misleading Metaphors: “Co-Evolution” and Other Biological Terms in Scientific Theories of Religious Evolution by Hansjörg Hemminger 
Homo Sapiens? Understanding Humanity’s Inertia in the Face of Climate Science by Eric Plumer

Book Reviews
Theology as Freedom by Andrea Vestrucci Reviewed by Ernest L. Simmons
Can Science make sense of life? by Sheila Jasanoff Reviewed by Bruce Wollenberg
The Lost World of Adam and Eve: Genesis 2-3 and the Human Origins Debate by John H. Walton Reviewed by Daniel Gordon


Volume 19, Number 2 / May 2021

Science News for Theological Study
Science News for Theological Study: An Age of Reason? by Andrew Davison

Ripostes and Responses
Thomas Aquinas and William E. Carroll on Creatio ex Nihilo: A Response to Joseph Hannon’s “Theological Objections to a Metaphysicalist Interpretation of Creation” by Ignacio Silva

A Response to Thomas Aquinas and William E. Carroll on Creatio ex Nihilo by Ignacio Silva by Joseph Hannon

The Theology Intrinsic to Relativistic Physics by Matthew T. Warnez B.H.
SETI, Evolutionary Eschatology, and the Star Trek Imaginary by John W. Traphagan
Condemned to be Religious: The Human Quest for Ultimate Meaning by Rosemary J. Bertocci & Francis H. Rohlf
Evaluating the Salvific Status of Science and Technology in the Modern Mind by Ben Geoffrey
Modern Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Bioethics in the Islamic Context by Mansooreh Saniei & Mehdi Kargar
Panentheism in the Light of Mathematical Understandings of Infinity and Connectedness by Oliver Li

Book Reviews
Essence in the age of evolution: a new theory of natural kinds by Christopher J. Austin. Reviewed by Matthew W. Fell.
Consciousness and fundamental reality by Philip Goff. Reviewed by Bruce Wollenberg.
Edible Entanglements: On a Political Theology of Food, by S. Yael Dennis. Reviewed by Niamh Colbrook.


Volume 19, Number 1 / February 2021

Public Theology, Discourse Clarification, and Worldview Construction by Ted Peters

Science News for Theological Study
Science News for Theological Study by Andrew Davison

Theological Autobiography
Interactions, Complexity, Emergence: Toward an Image of God by Carol Rausch Albright 

The Future Fusion of Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Big Histories by Ted Peters 
COVID-19: A Study of Islamic and Scientific Perspectives by Zohaib Ahmad & Arzoo Ahad
Theodicy, Supreme Providence, and Semiclassical Theism by James Goetz
Religious AI as an Option to the Risks of Superintelligence: A Protestant Theological Perspective by Yong Sup Song

Book Reviews
Animal suffering and the Darwinian problem of evil by John R. Schneider. Reviewed by Christopher Southgate.
A world beyond physics: The emergence and evolution of life by Stuart Kauffman. Reviewed by Andrew Davison.
History and eschatology: Jesus and the promise of natural theology: the 2018 Gifford Lectures by N.T. Wright. Reviewed by Roger Kojecky. 
The future of humanity: our destiny in the universe by Michio Kaku. Reviewed by Bruce Wollenberg. 
John: An Earth Bible Commentary—Supposing Him to be the Gardener by Margaret Daly-Denton. Reviewed by Christopher West.


Volume 18, Number 4 / November 2020

Science News for Theological Study
Science News for Theological Study: Waking From Our Slumbers Concerning Sleep by Andrew Davison

Issue Theme: "New Perspectives on Human Origins"
New Perspectives on Human Origins: Three Challenges for Christian Theology by Ron Cole-Turner
Are Hominins Special? Human Origins as the Image and Likeness of God by Joshua M. Moritz
Intelligent Chaos? Messy Origins, Categorical Ambiguity, and a Hopeful Multiplicity by Jay Emerson Johnson
Reflections on the Implications of the Human Lineage by Braden Molhoek

Are Viruses Evil? by Joshua M. Moritz
Astrobiology and Fallenness—Baptising Spock by Kris Hiuser
Entropy and Theodicy: A New Patristic Framework for Understanding Corruption by Eugenia Torrance

Book Reviews
Theosomnia: A Christian Theology of Sleep by Andrew Bishop. Reviewed by Andrew Davison.
What is it like to be dead? Near-death experiences, Christianity and the occult by Jens Schlieter. Reviewed by Bruce Wollenberg.

Volume 18, Number 3 / August 2020

Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself: Vaccination in the Age of COVID-19, by Martinez J. Hewlett
Is Death Reversible?, by Sharon Peebles Burch
Eliminating Free Will?, by Ted Peters

Theme Articles: "Free Will & Cognitive Liberty"
Recalibrating the Logic of Free Will with Martin Luther, by Andrea Vestrucci
A Trinitarian Metaphysics of Predestination and Human Freedom, by John B. King Jr
Theology, Free Will, and the Skeptical Challenge from the Sciences, by Aku Visala
The Struggle for Cognitive Liberty: Retrofitting the Self in Activist Theology, by Ted Peters

Science Needs a Comprehensive Worldview, by Mehdi Golshani
Nature of Evidence in Religion and Natural Science, by Petteri Nieminen, Juuso Loikkanen, Esko Ryökäs & Anne-Mari Mustonen
Is Religion Only Utilitarian? Evolutionary Cognitive Science of Religion Through a Thomistic Lens, by Sasa Horvat & Piotr Roszak
Time Flow in the Natural World: A Theological Perspective, by Emanuele Ciancio
The Holy Spirit and the Story of New Creation: How Pneumatology Makes Sense of Cosmology and Eschatology, by Mario Anthony Russo

Book Reviews
The Realist Guide to Religion and Science, by Fr. Paul Robinson. Reviewed by Matthew Wiesner
The Territories of Science and Religion, by Peter Harrison. Reviewed by Michelle Bach

Volume 18, Number 2 / May 2020

Religious Belief Makes Me Stupid, by Ted Peters
Biological Mutualism and Theology of Nature, by Ted Peters

In Memoriam
In Memoriam: George V. Coyne, S. J., 1933–2020, by Robert John Russell

Theological Autobiography
A Mathematical Cosmologist Reflects on Deep Ethics: Reflections on Values, Ethics, and Morality, by George F. R. Ellis

Theme Articles: "Biological Mutualism and Theology of Nature" 
Biological Mutualism: A Scientific Survey, by Andrew Davison
Biological Symbiosis and Mutualism: Notable Advances, and More to Come, by Stephen A. Scaringe & Wesley J. Wildman
Symbiotic Wisdom: Recovering a Memory of Deep Time, by Celia Deane-Drummond
A Theopoetics of Mutualism: Working Toward Pneumatology in Non-Reductive Materialisms, by Adam Pryor
Mutualism in an Evolutionary World, by Katherine Sonderegger
Christian Doctrine and Biological Mutualism: Some Explorations in Systematic and Philosophical Theology, by Andrew Davison

A Discussion of Klass Landsman’s Criticisms of the Fine-Tuning Argument, by Kai-Yan Chan & Man-Ho Chan
Theological Objections to a Metaphysicalist Interpretation of Creation, by Joseph Hannon
Is (Islamic) Occult Science Science?, by Matthew Melvin-Koushki
Some Thomistic Encounters with Evolution, James R. Hofmann

Book Reviews
Adam and the Genome: Reading Scripture After Genetic Science, by Dennis R. Venema and Scot McKnight. Reviewed by Christopher West


Volume 18, Number 1 / February 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

Volume 17, Number 4 / November 2019

Allies in the Struggle Against the Post-Truth Swarm, by Ted Peters

Theological Autobiography
Loving Science, Discovering God: An Autobiographical Reflection on Science and Theology, by Alister E. McGrath

Scientific Prediction of Our Universe Fate and Divine Purpose, by Mahmoud Mokhtari & Mehdi Golshani
Adam and Eve's Origin According to Islam: A Response to Daud Abdul-Fattah Batchelor, by Wolfgang Wiegrebe
Paul Feyerabend: The Worst Friend of Theology?, by David Munchin
Anticipation and the Trinity: A Response to Philip Clayton's Critique of Wolfhart Pannenberg's Prolepsis, by Sungho Lee
Christian Unmanned Mission Beyond Solar System? A Preliminary Review, by Enrico Beltramini
Living Entanglement and Revisionist Ecotheology, by Elisabeth Gedge
Transhumanism and the Theology of Xiang: Deconstructing Transhumanism’s Self-Centered Epistemology and Retrieving a Communal Sense of Being, by Daekyung Jung
A Theological Fittingness Argument for the Evolution of Homo Sapiens, by Nicanor Austriaco (O.P.)

Book Reviews
Astrotheology: Science and Theology Meet Extraterrestrial Life, edited by Ted Peters with Martinez Hewlett, Joshua M. Moritz and Robert John Russell. Reviewed by Andrew Davison.
Freedom All the Way Up: God and the Meaning of Life in a Scientific Ageby Christian J. Barrigar. Reviewed by Duane Larson.
The Evolution of Human Wisdomedited by Celia Deane-Drummond and Agustín Fuentes. Reviewed by Bruce Wollenberg.
Three Answers to a Vexed Question. Religion: What It Is, How It Works, and Why It Matters, by Christian Smith; The New Cosmic Story: Inside Our Awakening Universe, by John F. Haught; The Meaning of Belief: Religion from an Atheist’s Point of View, by Tim Crane. Reviewed by Bruce Wollenberg.


Volume 17, Number 3 / August 2019

Cathedral Builders: Remembering Notre Dame and St. Thomas Aquinas, by Jacques Arnould
Convergent Antievolutionism and the Hare Krishnas, by Thomas Aechtner & Oliver Zambon
The Science of Evil and the Theology of Evil, by Ted Peters

Theme Articles: To Mars, the Milky Way and Beyond: Science, Theology and Ethics Look at Space Exploration
Why We Earthlings Should Colonize Mars!, by Robert Zubrin
Prerequisites to Human Activity on Mars: Scientific and Ethical Aspects, by Christopher P. McKay
Mars: Science Before Settlement, by James S. J. Schwartz
Yes, We Earthlings Should Colonize Mars if Martian Rights Can Be Upheld, by Robert Cowley
Should Humans Colonize Mars? No, by Linda Billings
Across the Martian Frontier? Thoughts on Planet B, a Martian Safety Valve, and the Earth as Our Body, by Catherine L. Newell
Terraforming Mars and Marsforming Terra: Discovery Doctrine in Space, by John Hart
“Where Is Everybody?” Fermi’s Paradox, Evolution, and Sin, by Noreen Herzfeld
Searching for Spiritual Signatures in SETI Research, by José G. Funes S.J., Lucio Florio, Marcelo Lares & Mariano Asla
Should We Call E.T.? An Ethical-Political Analysis of METI, by Elspeth M. Wilson & Carol E. Cleland

Surprisingly Neuroplastic Human Brains: Reading, Science, Philosophy, Theology, by Holmes Rolston III
Heaven on Earth: The Mind Uploading Project as Secular Eschatology, by Leandro Gaitán

Book Reviews
American Cosmic: UFO's, Religion, Technology, by D.W. Pasulka. Reviewed by Ted Peters.
Prolepticism: The Futurist Theology of Ted Peters, by Lauri T. Jantti. Reviewed by Ernest Simmons.
Accessory to War: The Unspoken Alliance Between Astrophysics and the Military, by Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Avis Lang. Reviewed by Joseph Ramelo.


Volume 17, Number 2 / May 2019

Free Will in Science, Philosophy, and Theology, by Ted Peters
Conflicts and Contradictions: The Unflinching Gaze of Christopher Southgate, by Noreen Herzfeld 
Longevity Research: Theological Implications, by Ted Peters

In Memoriam: Carl Monroe York (1925-2018)
In Memoriam: Carl Monroe York (1925-2018), by Robert John Russell

Theme Articles: "Engaging the Scholarship of Christopher Southgate"
Creation, Redemption and Theodicy in the Work of Christopher Southgate, by Paul Allen
Christopher Southgate on Glory and Compassion, by Bethany N. Sollereder
A Response to  Sollereder and Allen, by Christopher Southgate
Moving Ahead on Southgate's Compound Only-Way Evolutionary Theodicy, by Robert John Russell
Evolution, Suffering, and Eschatological Redemption: Sollereder, Southgate, and Russell on Theodicy, by Ted Peters

Theme Articles: "The Theological Implications of Longevity Research"
Engineering Eden: Does Earthly Pursuit of Eternal Life Threaten the Future of Religion?, by Kristin Kostick, Leah Fowler & Christopher Scott
Forever is Always Finite: Reflections on Radical Life Extension, by Herbert Anderson

Which Time for Eschatology? Relativity Theory, Local and Cosmic Times, and the End of the Universe, by Daniel Saudek
Is the History of our Universe Finite?, by Man Ho Chan
The Human Species Origin: Views of Biology Teachers from Three Latin American Countries, by Heslley Machado Silva,  Eduardo Fleury Mortimer,  Martin Andres Diaz,  Ivanna H. Tomasco,  Daiana Evilin Gibram &  Graça S. Carvalho
Six Different Theological Responses to the Scientific Prediction of the Decaying Universe, by Junghyung Kim

Book Review
Evolving Brains, Emerging Gods: Early Humans and the Origins of Religion, by E. Fuller Torrey. Reviewed by Bruce Wollenberg


Volume 17, Number 1 / February 2019

Intelligence? Not Artificial, but the Real Thing!, by Ted Peters
Should We Send Messages to Extraterrestrials?, by Ted Peters
The CRISPR Advent of Lulu and Nana, by Arvin Gouw
The Fourth Climate Assessment, by Daniel R. Smith

Theme Articles: "Should We Send Messages to Extraterrestrials?"
The "Barn Door" Argument, The Precautionary Principle, and METI as "Prayer"--an Appraisal of the Top Three Rationalizations for "Active SETI", by David Brin
A(nother) Cosmic Wager: Pascal, METI, and the Barn Door Argument, by Kelly C. Smith
The Imperative to Develop an Ethically-Informed METI Analysis, by Chelsea Haramia & Julia DeMarines
SETI & METI: An Indian Perspective, by Binoy Pichalakkattu, S.J. 
Sonar Calling GJ273B: The Argumentative Issue of METI, by John McCarthy
Active SETI and the Problem of Research Ethics, by John W. Traphagan

Flashing the Yellow Traffic Light: Choices Forced Upon Us by Gene Editing Technologies, by Ted Peters 
The Revival of Panpsychism and its Relevance for the Science-Religion Dialogue, by Joanna Leidenhag
A New Theological Anthropology for Developing Resiliency and Healing from Combat, by Christopher Hansen
Foundational Principles for an Organically Constituted World, by Joseph A. Bracken, S.J.
The God of Chance and Purpose, by Bradford McCall

Book Reviews
Astrotheology: Science and Theology Meet Extraterrestrial Life, ed. by Ted Peters, with Martinez Hewlett, Joshua M. Moritz and Robert John Russell. Reviewed by Andrew Davison.
Inner animalities: theology and the end of the human, by Eric Daryl Meyer. Reviewed by Saortua Marbun.


Volume 16, Number 4 / November 2018

Astrotheology: Science and Theology Meet ET, by Ted Peters
Astrotheology, Astroethics, and the New Challenges, by Jacques Arnould
A US Space Force? It's Complicated, by Margaret S. Race
A US Space Force? A Very Bad Idea!, by Linda Billings

Autobiographies in Theology and Science
Judaism and the Dialogue of Religion and Science: A Personal Journey, by Hava Tirosh-Samuelson

Theme Articles: Astrotheology & Astroethics 
New Worlds, New Civilizations? From Science Fiction to Science Fact, by Grace A. Wolf-Chase
Why Should Theology Take SETI Seriously?, by David A. Wilkinson
The Argument From Scale Revisited, by Olli-Pekka Vainio
Christian Systematic Theology and Life Elsewhere in the Universe: A Study in Suitability, by Andrew Davison
The Motive of the Incarnation in Christian Theology: Consequences for Modern Cosmology, Extraterrestrial Intelligence and a Hypothesis of Multiple Incarnations, by Alexei V. Nesteruk
Intelligence, Non-Intelligence...Let's Call the Whole Thing Off, by Adam Pryor

The Science and Theology of Dreams, by Patrick McNamara
The RNA World and Divine Action in and Through Quantum Mechanics, by Daekyung Jung 
The Acquisition and Function of Religious Beliefs: A Review and Synthesis of Proximate and Ultimate Perspectives, by Konrad Szocik & Lluis Oviedo

Book Review 
Brains, Buddhas, and Believing: The Problem of Intentionality in Classical Buddhist and Cognitive-Scientific Philosophy of Mind, by Dan Arnold. Reviewed by Paul O. Ingram


Volume 16, Number 3 / August 2018

Moral Enhancement and Deification Through Technology?, by Alan Weissenbacher
Deification and Creaturehood in an Age of Enhancement, by Michael Burdett & Victoria Lorrimar 

Theme Articles: Moral Enhancement and Deification through Technology?
Genetic Engineering, Virtue-First Enhancement, and Deification in Neo-Irenaean Theodicy, by Mark Walker
Genetic Virtue Program: An Unfeasible Neo-Pelagian Theodicy?, by Arvin M. Gouw
Raising the Virtuous Bar: The Underlying Issues of Genetic Moral Enhancement, by Braden Molhoek
Defending Cognitive Liberty in an Age of Moral Engineering, by Alan Weissenbacher
Can We Genetically Engineer Virtue and Deification?, by Gayle E. Woloschak
Genetic Moral Enhancement? Yes. Holiness? No, by Alison Benders
Genetically Engineered Traits versus Virtuous Living, by Lisa Fullam
Theosis and Human Enhancement, by Ron Cole-Turner
On Biotechnology, Theology, and the Human Sciences, by Jonathan Jong
Imago Dei , DNA, and the Transhuman Way, by Ted Peters

Book Reviews
Darwinism and the Divine: Evolutionary Thought and Natural Theology, by Alister E. McGrath. Reviewed by Sabine Hermisson
Aquinas and Modern Science. A New Synthesis of Faith & Reason, by Gerard M. Verschuuren. Reviewed by Mariusz Tabaczek 
Reality Denied: Firsthand Experiences with Things That Can't Happen--But Did, by John B. Alexander. Reviewed by Ted Peters
Vying for Truth--Theology and the Natural Sciences: From the 17th Century to the Present, by Hans Schwarz. Reviewed by Carl Peterson


Volume 16, Number 2 / May 2018

Playing God with Frankenstein, by Ted Peters 

The Human Mind in This World and the Next: Scientific and Early Theological Perspectives, by Christopher C. Knight 
Who's Winning the War Against Science?, by Ted Peters 
The Role of Science in Evangelical Hermeneutics, by John B. King Jr. 
A Theology of Nature: Social Neuroscience and Its Theological Implications, by Sungho Lee 

2017 Russell Research Conference
In Pursuit of Perfection: The Misguided Transhumanist Vision, by Hava Tirosh-Samuelson 
The Technology of Holiness: A Response to Hava Tirosh-Samuelson, by Brian Patrick Green 
Optimistic Yet Disembodied: The Misguided Transhumanist Vision, by Arvin Gouw 

Book Reviews
Hope in the Age of Climate Change, by Chris Doran. Reviewed by Ted Peters 
The Penultimate Curiosity: How Science Swims in the Slipstream of Ultimate Questions, by Roger Wagner and Andrew Briggs. Reviewed by Malcolm Jeeves 
Einstein und die Religion: Das Wechselverhältnis zwischen religions-weltanschaulichen Gehalten und naturwissenschaftlicher Theoriebildung Albert Einsteins in seiner Entwicklung, by Markus Mühling. Reviewed by Kerstin Weidmann


Volume 16, Number 1 / February 2018

Ripostes and Responses
Can Science Bridge the Is-Ought gap? A Response to Michael Shermer, by George Ellis
Mr. Hume: Tear. Down. This. Wall. A Response to George Ellis’s Critique of My Defense of Moral Realism, by Michael Shermer

Science and Religion: Ten Models of War, Truce, and Partnership, by Ted Peters
Space Exploration: Current Thinking on the Notion of Otherness, by Jacques Arnould
The Contingency of Creation and Modern Science, by Lydia Jaeger
Is There a Problem of Special Angelic Action?, by Travis Dumsday
Addressing Guilt within the Religious Community: Cyprian of Carthage, Reconciliation, and the Science of Emotion, by George Tsakiridis
The Solubility of Salt: A Divine Action Account, by Lisanne D’Andrea Winslow & Walter J. Schultz

Review Essay
Ich Denke, Also Bin Ich Ich? Das Selbst Zwischen Neurobiologie, Philosophie und Religion, by Anselm Ramelow O.P.

Book Reviews
God—The World’s Future: Systematic Theology for a New Era, by Ted Peters. Reviewed by Scott MacDougall.
Religion and Science in the Mirror of Buddhism, by Francisca Cho with Richard K. Squier. Reviewed by John B. King Jr.
Science, Creation and the Bible: Reconciling Rival Theories of Origins, by Richard F. Carlton and Tremper Longman III / Mapping the Origins Debate: Six Models of the Beginning of Everything, by Gerald Rau. Reviewed by Brooke Butler.


Volume 15, Number 4 / November 2017

Letter to the Editors
Response to Recent Articles on Stephen Hawking's Warning, by Alan H. Batten

2017 Boyle Lecture
Theological Influences in Scientific Research Programs: Natural Theology "in Reverse", by Robert John Russell
A Response to Professor Russell, by Rowan Williams

Symposium in Honor of Nancey C. Murphy
Introduction: Essays in Honor of Nancey C. Murphy, by Brad J. Kallenberg & Ryan A. Newson
The Crucial Importance of Nancey Murphy's Deployment of Lakatos's Methodology for Theology and Science, by Robert John Russell
Beyond the Isolated Self: Extended Mind and Spirituality, by Warren S. Brown & Brad D. Strawn
Politics and Miracle: Radical Democracy and Non-Interventionist Divine Action, by Ryan Andrew Newson
Theology After the Scientific Revolution: The Significance of Nancey Murphy's Contribution to Philosophy of Religion, by Christian Early
Response to Early, Russell, Brown, and Newson, by Nancey Murphy

The Epistemic Status of Evolutionary Theory, by Gijsbert van den Brink, Jeroen de Ridder & René van Woudenberg
A Theological Cartography of Cultural Evolution, by Christopher Hays & Michael Burdett
Adam and Eve's Origin: A Theory Harmonising Scientific Evidence with the Qur'anic Text, by Daud Abdul-Fattah Batchelor

Book Review
Science and Religion: Beyond Warfare and Toward Understanding, by Joshua Moritz. Reviewed by Reverend Carl Waidell MTS.



Volume 15, Number 3 / August 2017

Oh No! Still More Galaxies!, by Ted Peters

Issue Theme: Naturalisms—Scientific? Religious? Theological?
Scientific Naturalism: A Manifesto for Enlightenment Humanism, by Michael Shermer
Who is a Religious Naturalist?, by Ursula Goodenough
Must God Be Dead? Reinventing the Sacred, by Stuart Kauffman
Science, Values and Loves: Theologies as Expressive Constructions, by Willem B. Drees
Really Ultimate Reality, by Wesley J. Wildman
Thomas Aquinas vis-à-vis Natural Theology, Theology of Nature, and Religious Naturalism, by Michael J. Dodds OP
Is Natural Law "Unnatural?" Exploring God and Nature Through Teilhard's Organic Theology, by Ilia Delio OSF
Natural Theology Reconsidered (Again), by Russell Re Manning
Naturalisms: Scientific? Religious? Theological?, by Ted Peters

Should Humans Colonize Other Planets? No, by Linda Billings
Shared Moral and Spiritual Development Among Human Persons and Artificially Intelligent Agents, by Mark Graves
Substance or System as Foundational Metaphor for a Contemporary Christian World View?, by Joseph A. Bracken

Book Reviews
Eschatology and the Technological Future, by Michael S. Burdett. Reviewed by Ted Peters.
The Big Bang and God. An Astro-Theology, by Theodore Walker Jr. and Chandra Wickramasinghe. Reviewed by Andreas Losch.


Volume 15, Number 2 / May 2017

Oh No! Not More Galaxies!, by Ted Peters

Symposium: Should We Heed Stephen Hawking's Warning?
Hawking's Fear of an Alien Invasion May Explain the Fermi Paradox, by Douglas A. Vakoch
Is Stephen Hawking Building Walls? A Cosmic Dilemma, by José G. Funes S.J.
Hawking Says that Discovering Intelligent Life Elsewhere Would Spark Greater Compassion and Humility Among Us...But Why Wait?, by Kathryn Denning
Hawking and the METI Hawks: Right for the Wrong Reasons, by Kelly C. Smith
Universal Biology Does Not Prescribe Planetary Isolationism, by Carlos Mariscal
Stephen Hawking, Morality, ETI, and How We've Evolved Past a Murderous Past, by Jonathan Trerise
Stephen Hawking and the Virtue of Discretion, by Jacques Arnould
Projecting Earth on to Heaven: The Hopes of Frank Drake and the Fears of Stephen Hawking, by Ted Peters

Humility, Virtue Epistemology, and the New Atheism, by Craig A. Boyd
Supplementing Virtue: The Case for a Limited Theological Transhumanism, by Adam M. Willows
Are Scientific Research Programmes Applicable to Theology? On Philip Hefner's Use of Lakatos, by Victoria Lorrimar
Thomas: The Apostle of Scientists, by Wilson C. K. Poon

Book Reviews
Can Science Explain Religion? The Cognitive Science Debate, by James W. Jones. Reviewed by Tyler S. Greenway.
A New Science of Religion, edited by Gregory W. Dawes and James Maclaurin; Ritual and Christian Beginnings, by Ristro Uro. Reviewed by Bruce Wollenberg.


Volume 15, Number 1 / February 2017

Assessing Ian G. Barbour's Contributions to Theology and Science, by Robert John Russell

Issue Theme: Ian G. Barbour's Legacy in Religion and Science
A Personal Odyssey, by Ian G. Barbour
Ian Barbour's Contributions as a Scientist, by Carl M. York
Ian Barbour's Methodological Breakthrough: Creating the "Bridge" Between Science and Theology, by Robert John Russell
Religion, Theology, and the Philosophy of Science: An Appreciation of the Work of Ian Barbour, by Nancey Murphy
Barbour's Panentheistic Metaphysic, by Philip Clayton
"Environmental/Ethics" and "Science/Religion": Converging Streams in Barbour's Work, by Christopher Southgate
God and Physics in the Thought of Ian Barbour, by John B. Cobb
Catholicism and Ian Barbour on Theology and Science, by Anne M. Clifford

The Trinitarian Basis of Science, by John B. King Jr.
The Cross and the Computer: Actor-Network Theory and Christianity, by Levi Checketts

Book Reviews
The End of Adam and Eve: Theology & the Science of Human Origins, by Ron Cole-Turner. Reviewed by Ted Peters.
Life, Love, and Hope: God and Human Experience, by Jan-Olav Henriksen. Reviewed by Jamie L. Fowler.


Volume 14, Number 4 / November 2016

A Waste is a Terrible Thing to Mind, by Ted Peters
US War Culture and the Star Wars Juggernaut, by Kelly Denton-Borhaug
"Moving Beyond Interdisciplinary?" by Adam Pryor

Issue Theme: Steps to a Metaphysics of Incompleteness
Steps to a Metaphysics of Incompleteness, by Terrence W. Deacon & Tyrone Cashman
Metaphysics, Theology, and Ethics: A Response to Deacon and Cashman's "Steps to a Metaphysics of Incompleteness," by Brian Patrick Green
Which Autogen? Whose Incompleteness? Considering the Ontological Conditions of Teleodynamics as Strong Emergence, by Adam Pryor
How Absence Makes Things Grow: Absential Metaphysics and the Teleodynamics of God as Love, by Joshua M. Moritz
Aristotelian Complement to the Metaphysics of Incompleteness: Philosophical and Theological Reflections on Deacon and Cashman's Project, by Mariusz Tabaczek O.P.
Deacon and Cashman respond to Green, Pryor, Tabaczek, and Moritz, by Terrence W. Deacon & Tyrone Cashman

The Psychology of Religion and the Concept of Revelation, by Christopher C. Knight
Terrorism in the Evolution Wars: Mass Media and Human Nature, by Thomas Aechtner

Book Reviews
The Sense of the Universe: Philosophical Explication of Theological Commitment in Modern Cosmology, by Alexei V. Nesteruk. Reviewed by Keith Frase.
Traces of the Trinity: Signs, Sacraments and Sharing God's Life, by Andrew Robinson. Reviewed by Adam Pryor.


Volume 14, Number 3 / August 2016

Francis Collins, the Skeptics, and Evidence for God, by Ted Peters

Explaining and Explaining Away in Science and Religion
Explaining and Explaining Away in Science and Religion, by David H. Glass and Mark McCartney
Explaining and Explaining Away in Cosmology and Theology, by Rodney D. Holder
Competing Explanations and Explaining-Away Arguments, by Jonah N. Schupbach
Debunking Arguments and the Cognitive Science of Religion, by Matthew Braddock
Explaining Away and the Cognitive Science of Religion, by David H. Glass

Places of Information Generation: Bridging Pannenberg's Logos and Deacon's Emerging Semiosis, by Mark Graves
Semiclassical Theism and the Passage of Planck Times, by James Goetz
Anthropocentric Rhetorical Discourse in Popular Science Writing about Human Evolution, by Eric L. Thomas
Salvaging the Biological Design Argument in Light of Darwinism?, by Erkki V. R. Kojonen

Book Reviews
The Entangled God: Divine Relationality and Quantum Physics, by Kirk Wegter-McNelly. Reviewed by Robert John Russell.
Aquinas on the Divine Ideas as Exemplar Causes, by Gregory T. Doolan. Reviewed by Mariusz Tabaczek.


Volume 14, Number 2 / May 2016

The War Between Faith and Fact, by Ted Peters

Values and Science: An Argument for Why They Cannot Be Separated, by Josh Reeves
Reconciling Evolution and Biblical Literalism: A Proposed Research Program, by Andrew Ter Ern Loke
A Challenge to Divine Psychologism, by Greg Fried
"Irenaean" or "Schleiermacherian"?: An Evolutionarily Plausible Account of the Origins of Sin, by Daniel Pedersen
Spirituality in Christian Transhumanism: Commentary on Cole-Turner, Green, and Cannon, by Sandra A. Ham

Book Reviews
Ask the Beasts: Darwin and the God of Love, by Elizabeth Johnson. Reviewed by Anna Case-Winters.
Modern Physics and Ancient Faith, by Stephen M. Barr. Reviewed by John B. King Jr.


Volume 14, Number 1 / February 2016

The Cosmic Mind: Entanglement over Physics, Panpsychism, and the Trinity, by Ted Peters

Intellectual Autobiographies in Theology and Science
SOBIG: A Symposium on Belief in God, by Howard J. Van Till

The Cosmic Mind
Cosmic Mind?, by Stuart Kauffman
Response to Stuart Kauffman: The Measurement Problem in Quantum Mechanics, by Carl Peterson
Response to Stuart Kauffman: The Cosmic Mind and NIODA, by Kristi Keller
Response to Stuart Kauffman: The Paradox of Divine Action and Scientific Truth, by Allen A. Sweet, C. Frances Sweet & Fritz Jaensch
Tendencies of Possibility: A Peircean Consideration of Kauffman's Cosmic Mind, by Mark Graves
Response to Peterson, Keller, and Sweet et al., by Stuart Kauffman

J. K. Russell Research Conference: "More Than Information"
More than Information: A Christian Critique of a New Dualism, by Noreen Herzfeld
A Response to Noreen Herzfeld: Metaphysics, Death, and the Future, by Brian Patrick Green
Sensuality and Altering Anthropology in Artificial Intelligence and Transhumanism, by Braden Molhoek

Rival Methodologies in Emergence Theory: A Non-Dual Approach, by Joseph A. Bracken S.J.

Dialogue: Considering The Entangled God
The Entangled God: Divine Relationality and Quantum Physics, by Kirk Wegter-McNelly, by Robert John Russell
Response to Robert John Russell's Review of Entangled God, by Kirk Wegter-McNelly

Review Article
The Oxford Handbook of Atheism, edited by Stephen Bullivant and Michael Ruse. Reviewed by Benjamin B. DeVan

Book Review
Redeeming Fear: A Constructive Theology for Living into Hope, edited by Jason C. Whitehead. Reviewed by Arvin M. Gouw


Volume 13, Number 4 / November 2015

Mourning HitchBOT, by Noreen Herzfeld

Divine Action and the Quantum Amplification Problem, by Jeffrey Koperski
Would God Create our Universe through Multiverse?, by Man Ho Chan
Theology as "Queen of Science" Reconsidered: A Basis for Scientific Realism, by Nicholas C. DiDonato
Human Becoming: Cognitive and Moral Enhancement Inside the Imago Dei Narrative, by Tomislav Miletic
Fishapod in the Rocks: Fossils and Biblical Creation Texts, by Daniel Gordon

Book Reviews
Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: Calming the Fear-Driven Brain, by Sebern F. Fisher. Reviewed by Arvin M. Gouw.
The Cosmic Breath: Spirit and Nature in the Christianity--Buddhism--Science Trialogue, by Amos Yong. Reviewed by John B. King, Jr.
The God Who Lives: Investigating the Emergence of Life and the Doctrine of God, by Adam Pryor. Reviewed by Viktor Tóth.


Volume 13, Number 3 / August 2015

CRISPR, the Precautionary Principle, and Bioethics, by Ted Peters

Evolution and Providence: Discovering Creation as Carmen Dei, by Terrence Ehrman C.S.C.
Reasons for Randomness: A Solution to the Axiological Problem for Theists, by Jordan Wessling & Joshua Rasmussen
Emergence, Emergentism and Pragmatism, by Guy Bennett-Hunter
Thomistic Response to the Theory of Evolution: Aquinas on Natural Selection and the Perfection of the Universe, by Mariusz Tabaczek O.P.
A Modest Objection: Neo-Thomism and God as a Cause Among Causes, by Bethany Sollereder
Simulation as a Method for Theological and Philosophical Inquiry, by Steve Donaldson & Melanie McConnell

Book Reviews
The Woodpecker's Purpose: A Critique of Intelligent Design, by Walter R. Thorson. Reviewed by Sukgi Choi.
Before Nature: A Christian Spirituality, by H. Paul Santmire. Reviewed by Nancy S. Wiens.


Volume 13, Number 2 / May 2015

In Memoriam: Charles Hard Townes (1915-2015) Outstanding Scientist and International Spokesperson for the Convergence of Science and Religion, by Robert John Russell

Theologians Testing Transhumanism
Theologians Testing Transhumanism, by Ted Peters
Going Beyond the Human: Christians and Other Transhumanists, by Ronald Cole-Turner
Cybernetic Immortality and its Discontents, by Nelson R. Kellogg
Whole Brain Emulation Requires Enhanced Theology, and a "Handmaiden", by Calvin Mercer
Transhumanism and Roman Catholicism: Imagined and Real Tensions, by Brian Patrick Green
What is Mormon Transhumanism?, by Lincoln Cannon
What Is Buddhist Transhumanism?, by Michael LaTorra

Implications for the Discovery of Extraterrestrial Life: A Theological Approach, by Andreas Losch & Andreas Krebs
Complexity and the Emergence of Meaning in the Natural Sciences and Philosophy, by Mirko Di Bernardo

Book Reviews
The Mystery of Existence: Why is There Anything At All? edited by John Leslie and Robert Lawrence Kuhn. Reviewed by George F.R. Ellis.
Christianity and Developmental Psychopathology: Foundations and Approaches, edited by K. S. Flanagan & S. E. Hall. Reviewed by Natasha Dagys Limones.


Volume 13, Number 1 / February 2015

Darwin's Sacred Cause—The Unity of Humanity, by Joshua M. Moritz
Naturalism of the Gaps, by Ted Peters

Intellectual Autobiographies in Theology and Science
Life in Religion-and-Science, by Philip Hefner

Human Nature(s): Human Nature at the Crossroad of Conflicting Interests, by Aku Visala & Agustin Fuentes
Cosmic Alienation and the Origin of Evil: Rejecting the "Only Way" Option, by Nathan W. O'Halloran
A Lutheran Theological Response to Climate Change, by Daniel R. Smith
A Defense of Partisan-Science: An Assessment of Stenmark's Non-Partisan Science, by Guus Labooy

Dialogue: Considering Terrence Deacon's Incomplete Nature
Catholic Thomistic Natural Law and Terrence Deacon's Incomplete Nature: A Match Made in Heaven?, by Brian P. Green
Informed by Grace: Terrence Deacon, Karl Rahner, and Emergence, by Jason P. Roberts

Book Reviews
God's Planet, by Owen Gingerich. Reviewed by Ted Peters.
The Nature of Creation: Examining the Bible and Science, by Mark Harris. Reviewed by Terry Ehrman C.S.C.
The Entangled Trinity: Quantum Physics and Theology, Reviewed by Adam Pryor.


Volume 12, Number 4 / November 2014

William R. Stoeger, SJ (1943-2014): Physicist, Cosmologist, Friend, and Leader in Theology and Science, by Robert John Russell
The STAP Flap, the CIRM Squirm, and Lab Morality, by Ted Peters
Computers, Conversation, and Controversy: Passing the Turing Test?, by Noreen Herzfeld

Intellectual Autobiographies in Theology and Science
Introducing "Intellectual Autobiographies in Theology and Science", by Robert John Russell
Living with Theology and Science: From Past to Present, by John Hedley Brooke

The Role of Experience in the Assessment of Human Nature, by Jan-Olav Henriksen
Explaining and Explaining Away in Science and Religion, by David H. Glass, Mark McCartney
Barth and Darwin: What is Humanity?, by Philip Chapman
Intellectual Tennis without a Net? Thought Experiments and Theology, by Yiftach Fehige
Whiteheadian Societies and Peirce's Law of Mind: Actuality and Potentiality in the Cosmic Process, by Joseph A. Bracken

Book Review
Interdisciplinary Interpretation: Paul Ricoeur and the Hermeneutics of Theology and Science , by Kenneth A. Reynhout. Reviewed by Matthew Crabb.


Volume 12, Number 3 / August 2014

Does God Have a Plan for the Big History of the Cosmos?, by Ted Peters

Science, Scripture, and the Hermeneutics of Ascension, by Mark Harris
Divine Compositionalism: A Form of Occasionalism or a Preferable Alternative View of Divine Action?, by Walter J. Schultz & Lisanne D'Andrea-Winslow
The Universe as a Saturated Phenomenon: The Christian Concept of Creation in View of Modern Philosophical and Scientific Developments, by Alexei V. Nesteruk
Theological Implications of Young Earth Creationism and Intelligent Design: Emerging Tendencies of Scientism and Agnosticism, by Petteri Nieminen , Anne-Mari Mustonen & Esko Ryökäs

Book Reviews
UFOs: God's Chariots? Spirituality, Ancient Aliens and Religious Yearnings in the Age of Extraterrestrials , by Ted Peters. Reviewed by Albert A. Harrison.
The Spirit of Creation: Modern Science and Divine Action in the Pentecostal-Charismatic Imagination, by Amos Yong. Reviewed by Knut-Willy Sæther.
Mind and Cosmos: Why the Materialist Neo-Darwinian Conception of Nature is Almost Certainly False, by Thomas Nagel. Reviewed by Paul Ritterbush.


Volume 12, Number 2 / May 2014

Ian G. Barbour (1923-2013): In Memoriam to the Pioneer of Science and Religion, by Robert John Russell

The Intrinsic Moral Value of the Human Embryo: Holistic Anthropology and the Use of Human Embryos in Research, by Angeliki Kerasidou
Contesting Faith, Truth, and Religious Language at the Creation Museum: A Historical-Theological Reflection, by Brent Hege
Reasons for the Newness of the World: Craig's Kalam Cosmological Argument, Interdisciplinary Theology, and Best Explanations, by Daniel Pedersen & Christopher Lilley

Book Symposium: Responses to Russell's Response on Time in Eternity
Does Flowing Time Have a Fractal-like Structure?, by Wolfgang Achtner
A Response to Russell's Response, by Gennaro Auletta, Ivan Colagé & Lluc Torcal
A Response to the Response of Robert John Russell, by Johanne S. Teglbjaerg Kristensen
On God and Time: A Rejoinder to Russell, by Alan G. Padgett
Responding to Russell's Response on Time in Eternity, by Kirk Wegter-McNelly

Book Reviews
The Enigma of i-Consciousness, by Anindita Niyogi Balslev. Reviewed by Whitney A. Bauman.
Science and Faith: A New Introduction, by John F. Haught. Reviewed by Jamie L. Randolph.


Volume 12, Number 1 / February 2014

The Hermeneutics of Science and Scripture and Emergent Levels of Meaning, by Joshua M. Moritz
The Justice of Patenting Human Genes, by Braden Molhoek

Stenmark's Multidimensional Model and the Contemporary Debate on Islam and Science, by Stefano Bigliardi
Astrotheology and Spaceflight: Prophecy, Transcendence and Salvation on the High Frontier, by Albert A. Harrison
Badiou, Keyser, and the Theo-mathematics of the Infinite, by Hollis Phelps
Fine-Tuning, Atheist Criticism, and the Fifth Way, by Glenn Sinisalchi

Book Symposium: Time In Eternity: Pannenberg, Physics, and Eschatology in Creative Mutual Interaction
Reflecting on Time in Eternity, by Wolfgang Achtner
Discontinuity and Continuity between the Present Creation and New Creation, by Gennaro Auletta, Ivan Colagé, & Lluc Torcal
Robert Russell's use of Pannenberg in Time in Eternity, by Johanne S. Teglbjaerg Kristensen
God, Time, and Eternity, by Alan Padgett
The Creative Mutual Interaction of Time and Eternity, by Kirk Wegter-McNelly
A Response to the Reviewers, by Robert John Russell

Book Reviews
Im Horizont der Anrede, by Christina Aus der Au. Reviewed by Andreas Losch.
Brainwashed: The Seductive Appeal of Mindless Neuroscience, by Sally Satel & Scott Lilienfeld. Reviewed by Alan Weissenbacher.


Volume 11, Number 4 / November 2013

Launching Project SATURN: Scientific and Theological Understandings of Randomness in Nature, by Robert John Russell
"Human Cloning? Yes, It's Here", by Ted Peters

Perhaps Their Harmony is not that Simple: Bediuzzaman Said Nursi on the Qur'an and Modern Science, by Isra Yazicioglu
Revelation between Cognitive Science of Religion and Dialectical Theology, by Jan-Olav Henriksen

J.K. Russell Research Conference: God, Information and the Sciences of Complexity
Cur deus caro : Jesus and the Cosmos Story, by Niels Henrik Gregersen
God, Information, and Complexity: From Descriptive to Explorative Metaphysics, by Niels Henrik Gregersen
Incarnation Deep and Wide: A Response to Niels Gregersen, by Ronald Cole-Turner
Deep Incarnation and the Imago Dei: The Cosmic Scope of the Incarnation in Light of the Messiah as the Renewed Adam, by Joshua M. Moritz
The Enigma of "In, With, and Under": A Response to the Great Dane, by Ted Peters
The Kenosis of the Father: Affirming God's Action at the Higher Levels of Nature, by Daniel J. Peterson
The Twofold Assumption: A Response to Cole-Turner, Moritz, Peters and Peterson, by Niels Henrik Gregersen

Book Reviews
Science, Religion, and the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, by David Wilkinson. Reviewed by Ted Peters.
The Spirit in Creation and New Creation. Science and Theology in Western and Orthodox Realms, edited by Michael Welker. Reviewed by Alexei Nesteruk.
Incomplete Nature: How Mind Emerged from Matter, by Terence W. Deacon. Reviewed by Brian Patrick Green.


Volume 11, Number 3 / August 2013

Toward a Theology of the Evolutionarily Unfit, by Ted Peters

Recent Theological Interpretations of Evolution, by Robert John Russell
The Higgs Boson: An Adventure in Critical Realism, by Ted Peters & Carl Peterson
Protestantism and Mysticism from the Perspective of Neuroscience, by Wolfgang Achtner & Ulrich Ott
A Critique of Wolfhart Pannenberg's Scientific Theology, by Daniel R. Alvarez
"Mind The Gap" : How Gaps in Neuroscience Can Inform Theological Understanding, by James M. Kerns
The Myth of Mortification: The Cosmic Insignificance of Humanity and the Rhetoric of "Copernican Revolutions", by Jim Slagle
Wonder Divine: At End but Ever New, by Lloyd Sandelands & Arne Carlsen
Theological Attentiveness to A Universe from Nothing: A Review Essay, by Patrick J. Cronin

Book Review
Johannes Reinke: Leben und Werk eines lutherischen Botanikers, by Volker Wissemann. Reviewed by Markus Loeffler.


Volume 11, Number 2 / May 2013

The Planet We Adore, by Ted Peters

E.O. Wilson's Conquest of Earth, by Ted Peters
Evolutionary Perspectives and Transdisciplinary Intersections: A Roadmap to Generative Areas of Overlap in Discussing Human Nature, by Augustin Fuentes
Religion, Theology and Science: A Reformational Dooyeweerdian Approach, by Renato Coletto
Hegel and Whitehead: In Search for Sources of Contemporary Versions of Panentheism in the Science-Theology Dialogue, by Mariusz Tabaczek, O.P.

Book Reviews
Cyborg Selves: A Theological Anthropology of the Posthuman, by Jeanine Thweatt-Bates. Reviewed by Adam Pryor.
Unlocking Divine Action: Contemporary Science & Thomas Aquinas, by Michael J. Dodds, O.P. Reviewed by Mariusz Tabaczek, O.P.


Volume 11, Number 1 / February 2013

God's Creation Through Evolution and the Language of Scripture, by Joshua M. Moritz

Christian Mysticism and Science: The Psychological Dimension, by Normand M. Laurendeau
Veiled Reality and Structural Realism, by Joseph A. Bracken, S.J.
Space Conquest and Ritual Practices: Lighting Candles for Ariane, by Jacques Arnould
Icons, Science, and Faith: Comparative Examination of the Shroud of Turin and the Sudarium of Oviedo, by Kelly P. Kearse
Theistic Multiverse and Slippery Slopes: A Response to Klaas Kraay, by Anna Ijjas, Johannes Grössl, & Ludwig Jaskolla

Book Reviews
Vast Universe: Extraterrestrials and Christian Revelation, by Thomas F. O'Meara. Reviewed by William R. Stoeger, S.J.
Can Christianity Cure Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder? A Psychiatrist Explores the Role of Faith in Treatment, by Ian Osborn. Reviewed by Natasha Dagys.
Living in Spin: Narrative as a Distributed Ontology of Human Action, by Andrew P. Porter. Reviewed by Matthew Crabb.


Volume 10, Number 4 / November 201

The Higgs Boson, the Rationality of Nature, and the Logos of God, by Robert John Russell
Normand Laurendeau: Spirituality and Science at the Apex of His Life's Vision, by Robert John Russell

Christian Mysticism and Science: The Phenomenological Dimension, by Normand M. Laurendeau
The Physical Status of Astronomical Models Before the 1570s: The Curious Case of Lutheran Astronomer Georg Joachim Rheticus, by Nienke W.J. Roelants
The Temptation of Lot's Wife: How Far Theology Departs from Science, by Eduardo R. Cruz
Imago Dei and Simulatio or Imitatio Dei : A Philosophical Essay on Empathy, by Anne L.C. Runehov
Declaring War on the Conflict Thesis: A Review Essay, by Stephen D. Snobelen

Book Reviews
God and the World of Signs: Trinity, Evolution and the Metaphysical Semiotics of C.S. Peirce, by Andrew Robinson. Reviewed by Nicola Hoggard Creegan.
Religion and Science in Context: A Guide to the Debates, by Willem B. Drees. Reviewed by Andrew Porter.
Keeping God's Earth: The Global Environment in Biblical Perspective, edited by Noah J. Toly & Daniel I. Block. Reviewed by Austin Leininger.
Religion and the New Atheism: A Critical Appraisal, edited by Amarnath Amarasingam. Reviewed by Benjamin B. DeVan.


Volume 10, Number 3 / August 2012

Stem Cells, Aging, and the Fountain of Youth, by Ted Peters

Christian Mysticism and Science: The Epistemological Dimension, by Normand M. Laurendeau
Sanctity and Science: The Mysticism of Theologically Engaging Science, by Heidi Ann Russell
The Perichoresis of Light, by David Grandy & Marc-Charles Ingerson
Polkinghorne and Cartwright on Pluralism and Metaphysics, by Eric Martin
Teleology and Theology: The Cognitive Science of Teleology and the Aristotelian Virtues of Techne and Wisdom, by Brian Patrick Green
Challenges for Christianity and Barriers to Dialogue in World Religions, by Carl Peterson

Book Reviews
Religion in Human Evolution: From the Paleolithic to the Axial Age, by Robert Bellah. Reviewed by Alan Weissenbacher.
Biological Evolution: Facts and Theories. A Critical Appraisal 150 Years after The Origin of Species, edited by G. Auletta, M. Leclerc, & R. A. Martínez. Reviewed by John M. Braverman.


Volume 10, Number 2 / May 2012

The War that Never Was: Exploding the Myth of the Historical Conflict Between Christianity and Science, by Joshua M. Moritz

Respect and Promote the Community of Life with Justice and Wisdom, by Roger A. Willer
Theological Anthropology, Philosophical Anthropology, and the Human Sciences, by Owen C. Thomas
Transhumanism or Ultrahumanism? Teilhard de Chardin on Technology, Religion and Evolution, by Ilia Delio
Religion and Science as Inclinations toward the Search for Global Meaning, by Giuseppe Tanzella-Nitti
Raymund Schwager: Integrating the Fall and Original Sin with Evolutionary Theory, by Jonathan Chappell
Dawkins in Wisdom's Garden: Scientific Naturalism in The God Delusion, by Jason N. Blum

Book Reviews
The Evolution of Adam: What the Bible Does and Doesn't Say about Human Origins, by Peter Enns. Reviewed by Jonathon Jong.
Living With Other Creatures: Green Exegesis and Theology, by Richard Bauckham. Reviewed by Marilyn Matevia.


Volume 10, Number 1 / February 2012

Why Didn't Jesus Come?, by Ted Peters

Early Twentieth-Century Buddhist Microbiology and Shifts in Chinese Buddhism's "Actual Canon", by Erik Hammerstrom
Ambiguity, the Trinity, and Naturalism: From the Methodology of Pannenberg to the Phenomenology of Merleau-Ponty, by Johanne Stubbe Teglbjaerg
The Presumption and Insight of New Atheism, by Andrew Linscott

Dialogue: Scientific Vetoes and the Hands-Off God
Scientific Vetoes and the Hands-Off God: Can We Say that God Acts in History?, by Thomas Tracy
Emergence and Evidentialism: A Consideration of Thomas Tracy's Special Divine Action and Theodicy, by Adam Pryor
Scientific Vetoes and the "Hands-off" God: Divine Immanence, Quantum Mechanics, and the Search for a Better Way, by Michael J. Dodds O.P.
Toward a Comprehensive Theology of Divine Action, by Junghyung Kim
Eschatological Hope: A Grateful Response to Tom Tracy, by Robert John Russell

Book Reviews
SuperCooperators: Altruism, Evolution, and Why We Need Each Other to Succeed, by Martin A. Nowak and Roger Highfield. Reviewed by Gregory R. Peterson.
The Trinity and an Entangled World: Relationality in Physical Science and Theology, by John Polkinghorne. Reviewed by Anna Ijjas.


Volume 9, Number 4 / November 2011

The Search for Adam Revisited: Evolution, Biblical Literalism, and the Question of Human Uniqueness, by Joshua M. Moritz

How Nature and Beauty Can Bring Scientists and Theologians Together, by Gregory S. Cootsona
After Lakatos, by Josh Reeves
Moral Instincts and the Problem with Reductionism: A Critical Look at the Work of Marc Hauser, by Joseph Bankard
The Human Body as Corpus Absconditum, by Antje Jackelén
Gender: Genetics, Genitality, Generosity (Grace), Gentility, by Robert Roger Lebel

Book Symposium: Sacred Cells? Why Christians Should Support Stem Cell Research
A Response to Sacred Cells?, by Robert Roger Lebel
A Response to Sacred Cells?, by Richard M. Gula, S.S.
A Response to Sacred Cells?, by Ronald Cole-Turner
A Response to Sacred Cells?, by Lisa Fullam
Sacred Cells? Response to the Respondents, by Gaymon Bennett, Karen Lebacqz, and Ted Peters

Book Review
Technology and Religion: Remaining Human in a Co-created World, by Noreen Herzfeld. Reviewed by John Slattery.


Volume 9, Number 3 / August 2011

John Paul II on Science and Religion: A Deeply Appreciative Reflection, by Robert John Russell

Celestial Aesthetics: Over Our Heads and/or in Our Heads, by Holmes Rolston, III
Toward a Cosmic Christology: A Kerygmatic Proposal, by H. Paul Santmire
Evolution, the End of Human Uniqueness, and the Election of the Imago Dei, by Joshua M. Moritz
An Eastern Orthodox Theological Basis for Interplanetary Environmental Ethics, by Vladimir V.M. Tobin & A. Randall Olson

Book Review
The Moral Landscape: How Science Can Determine Human Values, by Sam Harris. Reviewed by Brian Green.


Volume 9, Number 2 / May 2011

Are We Getting Closer to ET?, by Ted Peters
Genetics, Faith, and Responsibility, by Per Anderson
Genetics and Religion: Prospects for Dialogue, by V. Elving Anderson

Sequencing the Human Genome: Gateway to Personalized Medicine or the New Eugenics?, by William S. Oetting
Finding a Locus for Dialogue between Genetics and Theology, by Bruce R. Reichenbach
A Geneticist Responds, by William S. Oetting
The Behavioral Genetics of Religiousness, by Laura B. Koenig and Matt McGue
The Religion of Genetics in Epistemology and Ethics, by James C. Peterson
The Last Shall Be First: Human Potential in Genetic and Theological Perspectives, by M. Therese Lysaught

Book Symposium: Cosmology—from Alpha to Omega: The Creative Mutual Interaction of Theology and Science, by Robert John Russell
"Omega" in Cosmology and Eschatology, by Philip Clayton
Divine Action, Resurrection, and the Transformation of the Universe, by Denis Edwards
From MCI to NIODA and FINLON: An Appreciative Response to Robert John Russell's Opus, by Niels Henrik Gregersen
Theodicy and Eschatology in Cosmology--from Alpha to Omega, by Christopher Southgate
Special Divine Action and the Problem of Evil in Cosmology--from Alpha to Omega, by Thomas F. Tracy
Cosmology—from Alpha to Omega : Key Themes and Critiques, by Keith Ward
An Appreciative Response to My Reviewers, by Robert J. Russell


Volume 9, Number 1 / February 2011

Theology and Mathematics: An Introduction, by James Bradley

Theology and Mathematics—Key Themes and Central Historical Figures, by James Bradley
Theism and Mathematics, by Alvin Plantinga
The German Reformation and the Mathematization of the Created World, by Charlotte Methuen
Kepler's Trinitarian Cosmology, by Owen Gingerich
God, Truth and Mathematics in Nineteenth-century England, by Joan L. Richards
Truth and Proof in Mathematics and (Philosophical) Theology, by Wolfgang Achtner
Infinity in Mathematics and Theology, by Christian Tapp
Theology and the Actual Infinite: Burley and Cantor, by Stewart Shapiro
The Divine Truth of Mathematics and the Origins of Linear Algebra, by Albert C. Lewis
How Gödel Relates Platonism to Mathematics, by Xing Taotao
The Scope and Limitations of Algebras: Some Historical and Philosophical Considerations, by Ivor Grattan-Guinness Mathematics and Mysticism, Name Worshipping, Then and Now, by Jean-Michel Kantor
The Power of Names, by Loren Graham

Book Review
Islam, Science and the Challenge of History, by Ahmad Dallal. Reviewed by R. Daren Erisman.


Volume 8, Number 4 / November 2010

STARS: Science and Transcendence Advanced Research Series—Completing the Grant, Continuing the Research, by Robert John Russell

Theologians Wanted! Some Reflections about the Creation/Evolution Debate, by Jacques Arnould
Cosmic Commons: Contact and Community, by John Hart
Critical Realism—A Sustainable Bridge Between Science and Religion?, by Andreas Losch
The Darwin-Gray Exchange, by Bethany Sollereder

Book Reviews
Nature and Scripture in the Abrahamic Religion: Up to 1700 and Nature and Scripture in the Abrahamic Religion: 1700-Present, edited by Jitse M. van der Meer & Scott Mandelbrote. Reviewed by Denis O. Lamoureux.
Defining Love: A Philosophical, Scientific, and Theological Engagement, by Thomas Jay Oord. Reviewed by William Schwartz.


Volume 8, Number 3 / August 2010

ET: Alien Enemy or Celestial Savior?, by Ted Peters

John Polkinghorne on Three Scientist-Theologians, by Ian G. Barbour
Incarnation and Semiotics: A Theological and Anthropological Hypothesis Part 1: Incarnation and Peirce's Taxonomy of Signs, by Christopher Southgate & Andrew J. Robinson
Incarnation and Semiotics: A Theological and Anthropological Hypothesis Part 2: Semiotics, Anthropology, and Religious Transformation, by Christopher Southgate & Andrew J. Robinson
Religious Symbolism at the Limits of Human Engagement, by F. LeRon Shults
Feeling Our Way Forward: Continuity and Discontinuity Within the Cosmic Process, by Joseph A. Bracken

Book Review Conversation: Willem B. Drees and Alister E. McGrath
Science and Religion: A New Introduction, by Willem B. Drees
Response to Willem B. Drees' Review of Science and Religion: A New Introduction, by Alister E. McGrath
Religion and Science in Context: A Guide to the Debates, by Alister E. McGrath
Response to Alister McGrath's Review of Religion and Science in Context: A Guide to the Debates, by Willem B. Drees

Book Review
Emergent Freedom: Naturalizing Free Will, by James Haag. Reviewed by Josh Reeves.


Volume 8, Number 2 / May 2010

Detecting ET and the Implications for Life on Earth, by Ted Peters
Science Fiction, ET, and the Theological Cosmology of Avatar, by Joshua M. Moritz

Ripostes and Responses
Science, Religion, and Evolution by Natural Selection: A Response to Francisco J. Ayala, by Jack Maze and Cyril V. Finnegan

The Rationality of Ultimate Concern: Moral Exemplars, Theological Ethics, and the Science of Moral Cognition, by Gregory R. Peterson, Michael Spezio, James A. Van Slyke, Kevin Reimer, & Warren Brown
Challenging the By-Product Theory of Religion in the Cognitive Science of Religion, by James A. Van Slyke
Divine Omniscience: Is God's Foreknowledge at Risk in the Context of Contemporary Science?, by Christopher Yeung
The Atheist Surge: Faith in Science, Secularism, and Atheism, by Owen C. Thomas
Combating the Fifth Wave of Creationism: Religious Leaders and Scientists Working Together, by Michael Zimmerman
Intelligent Design: It's Just Too Good to be True, by Chris Doran

Book Reviews
Truth and Tension in Science and Religion, by Varadaraja V. Raman. Reviewed by Stacey E. Ake.
Thank God for Evolution: How the Marriage of Science and Religion Will Transform Your Life and Our World, by Michael Dowd. Reviewed by Adam Pryor.


Volume 8, Number 1 / February 2010

A New View on Evolution and Catholic Faith: Report from the 2009 Conference at the Gregorian University, by Robert J. Russell
Highlights of the Pontifical Gregorian University's International Conference on Biological Evolution, by Gennaro Auletta and William R. Stoeger, S.J.

Ripostes and Responses
Explaining and Explaining Away Religious Belief: Van Till's Criticisms of Barrett by Jeffrey P. Schloss and Michael J. Murray

2009 William Witherspoon Lecture
Mystery, Values, and Meaning: Religious Options that Respect Science, by Willem B. Drees

The Nature of Light: Perspectives from Theology and Science, by Fraser Watts
The ETI Myth: Idolatrous Fantasy or Plausible Inference?, by Albert A. Harrison
Two Examples of How the History of Mathematics Can Inform Theology, by Carlos R. Bovell
Between a Just and a Knowing Faith: The Dialectic of Negative Theology, by Andrew Padgett
Remembering William G. Pollard, by Lawrence W. Fagg

Book Review Conversation
Eco-theology, by Celia Deane-Drummond. Reviewed by Sallie McFague.
Response to Sallie McFague's Review of Eco-theology, by Celia Deane-Drummond
A New Climate for Theology, by Sallie McFague. Reviewed by Celia Deane-Drummond.
Response to Celia Deane-Drummond's review of A New Climate for Theology, by Sallie McFague

Book Review
Ritualizing Nature: Renewing Christian Liturgy in a Time of Crisis by H. Paul Santmire. Reviewed by Kyle K. Schiefelbein.


Volume 7, Number 4 / November 2009

Does Faith Contaminate Science? On the Appointment of Francis Collins, by Ted Peters
"Of Mice and Men": Making Babies from Stem Cells, by Ted Peters
New Book Review Features, by Oliver Putz

Evolution and Providence: A Response to Thomas Tracy, by John C. Polkinghorne
Evolution by Natural Selection: Darwin's Gift to Science and Religion, by Francisco J. Ayala
From Atheism to Theodicy to Intelligent Design: Responding to the Work of Francisco J. Ayala, by Chris Doran
Love Actually: A Theodicy Response to Suffering in Nature. In Dialogue with Francisco Ayala, by Oliver Putz
Rendering unto Science and God: Is NOMA Enough?, by Joshua M. Moritz
Evolution Beyond Biology: Comments and Responses, by Francisco J. Ayala
The Causality Distinction, Kenosis, and a Middle Way: Aquinas and Polkinghorne on Divine Action, by Craig A. Boyd & Aaron D. Cobb
Perfecting not Perfect: Christology and Pneumatology within an Imperfect Yet Purposeful Creation, by Graham O'Brien

Book Reviews
The Human Phenomenon, by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. Reviewed by John F. Haught.
Is there an Ultimate Structure to Life?, edited by Simon Conway Morris. Reviewed by Kenneth R. Miller.
Only a Theory: Evolution and the Battle for America's Soul, by Kenneth R. Miller. Reviewed by W. Malcolm Byrnes.
Das Säugetier von Gottes Gnaden: Evolution, Bewusstsein, Freiheit, by Ulrich Luke. Reviewed by Oliver Putz.


Volume 7, Number 3 / August 2009

Doubt, Deception, and Dogma: Science and Religion in Film, by Joshua M. Moritz

Prolepsis and the Physics of Retrocausality, by George L. Murphy
Progress with Science and Religion Issues: Critical Questions and Suggestions, by Karl Helmut Reich
Applying Relational and Contextual Reasoning (RCR) to Understand Human-Divine Relationships, by Maureen H. Miner
A Mathematical Model of Divine Infinity, by Eric C. Steinhart
Thomas Torrance: "Retreat to Commitment" or a New Place for Natural Theology?, by Rodney D. Holder

Book Reviews
Confessions of an Alien Hunter: A Scientist's Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, by Seth Shostak. Reviewed by Ted Peters.
Original Selfishness: Original Sin and Evil in the Light of Evolution, by Darryl P. Domning & Monica K. Hellwig. Reviewed by Joshua M. Moritz.


Volume 7, Number 2 / May 2009

Where's "Nature" in "Natural Law"?, by Ted Peters
Interiority and Purpose: Emerging Points of Contact for Theology and the Neurosciences, by Michael L. Spezio

The Spirit at Work in the World: A Pentecostal-Charismatic Perspective on the Divine Action Project, by Amos Yong
Hylomorphism and Human Wholeness: Perspectives on the Mind-Brain Problem, by Michael J. Dodds OP
Neurotheology: What Can We Expect from a (Future) Catholic Version?, by Wilfried Apfalter
Cotton Mather's Scientific Method for Prayer, by George Faithful
Emergence and "Science of Ethos": Toward a Tillichian Ethical Framework, by Nimi Wariboko


Volume 7, Number 1 / February 2009

CTNS Publications in 2008, by Nathan Hallanger

Astrotheology and the ETI Myth, by Ted Peters
Metaphysics and Natural Science, by Owen Thomas
Resonance: Hearing the Christian Mystics Through Metaphors Drawn From Physics, by Susan D'Amato
Entropy, the Fall, and Tillich: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Original Sin, by David Bradnick
On the Origins of Critical Realism, by Andreas Losch

Book Reviews
Evolutionary Creation: A Christian Approach to Evolution, by Denis O. Lamoureux. Reviewed by Jack Maze.
God and the New Atheism: A Critical Response to Dawkins, Harris and Hitchens, by John F. Haught. Reviewed by Derek R. Nelson.
Ecospirit: Religions and Philosophies for the Earth, edited by Laurel Kearns & Catherine Keller. Reviewed by Chris Doran.


Volume 6, Number 4 / November 2008

CTNS Honors the Life of Sir John Templeton: A Unique and Outstanding Philanthropist Supporting Science and Religion, by Robert J. Russell
Physical Pointers to God's Omnipresence: Do Immanence and Transcendence Coalesce?, by Lawrence W. Fagg

What is "Intervention"?, by Alvin Plantinga
The Field of Science and Religion as Natural Philosophy, by Josh A. Reeves
An Eastern Orthodox Perspective on Microbial Life on Mars, by A. Randall Olson & Vladimir V. M. Tobin
Does Extraterrestrial Intelligent Life Threaten Religion and Philosophy?, by Jacques Arnould


Volume 6, Number 3 / August 2008

Religion, the Royal Society, and the Rise of Science, by Peter Harrison
Variety in Mysticism and Parallels with Science, by Varadaraja V. Raman
What Theology Can Do for Science, by Antje Jackelén
The Fallen Cosmos: An Aspect of Eastern Christian Thought and its Relevance to the Dialogue Between Science and Theology, by Christopher C. Knight
Science Instruction in the Context of Christian Faith, by Brock C. Schroeder
Anticipation in Spirit and Nature: John Haught's Use of the Ontological Argument, by Michael Raschko
How Firm a Foundation? A Response to Justin L. Barrett's Is the Spell Really Broken?, by Howard J. Van Till

Book Reviews
Buddhist-Christian Dialogue in an Age of Science, by Paul Ingram. Reviewed by John B. Cobb.
Hidden Dimensions: The Unification of Physics and Consciousness, by B. Alan Wallace. Reviewed by Paul O. Ingram.
Preaching Eugenics: Religious Leaders and the American Eugenics Movement, by Christine Rosen. Reviewed by Nathan J. Hallanger.


Volume 6, Number 2 / June 2008

Launching the Ian G. Barbour Lectureship in Religion and Modernity, by Robert John Russell
CTNS Science and Transcendence Advanced Research Series Update, by Nathan J. Hallanger

Francisco Ayala's Darwin's Gift to Science and Religion: Critiques & Response
Ayala's Gift to Science and Religion, by Michael Zimmerman
Searching for Meaning in a Pointless World, by Susan Blackmore
Science and Religion: A Fundamental Face-Off, or Is There a Tertium Quid?, by Joshua M. Moritz
Can a Scientific Theory Ameliorate a Theological Difficulty?, by Michael J. Behe
An Easy Solution, by Walter R. Hearn
Ayala's Potemkin Village, by William A. Dembski
An Evolutionist Thinks About Religion, by Michael Ruse
In Praise of Imperfection, by John F. Haught
Darwin's Gift to Science and Religion: Commentaries and Responses, by Francisco J. Ayala

The Import of Physical Cosmology for Philosophical Cosmology, by Wesley J. Wildman
Modern Science and the Interpretation of Genesis: Can We Learn from Dietrich Bonhoeffer?, by Rodney D. Holder
Dialogue in Our Cosmic Aloneness, by Lawrence W. Fagg
Does Darwin's Theory Deserve Theological Support, and Does Evolution Need Darwin's Theory?, by Jack Maze & Cyril V. Finnegan


Volume 6, Number 1 / February 2008

Theology and Science Update, by James W. Haag
CTNS, Theology and Science, and the Graduate Theological Union, by Nathan J. Hallanger
Muslims, Christians, Stem Cells, and Neighbor Love, by Ted Peters
Completing the Bridge: The New CTNS Logo, by Robert John Russell

Shadow Sophia in Christological Perspective: The Evolution of Sin and the Redemption of Nature, by Celia Deane-Drummond
Freedom and Morality in Nonhuman Animals: Comparative Difficulties, by James W. Haag
Response to "Shadow Sophia in Christological Perspective: The Evolution of Sin and the Redemption of Nature", by Nathan J. Hallanger
Reflections on Evolutionary Theodicy: A Response to "Shadow Sophia in Christological Perspective"’, by William O'Neill, S.J.
Can We Hope for the Redemption of Nature? A Grateful Response to Celia Deane-Drummond, by Robert John Russell
"Shadow Sophia in Christological Perspective": A Reply to Responses, by Celia Deane-Drummond

Humanity's Place in Nature, 1863-1928: Horror, Curiosity and the Expeditions of Huxley, Wallace, Blavatsky and Lovecraft, by Abel Alves
Forms of Transcendence in Science and in Religion, by Ladislav Kvasz
Evolutionary Theologies and Divine Action, by Thomas F. Tracy

Book Review
Monkey Trials and Gorilla Sermons, by Peter Bowler. Reviewed by Ted Peters.


Volume 5, Number 3 / November 2007

Evil Revisited: A Physicist's Perspective, by Lawrence W. Fagg

A New Member of the Family? The Continuum of Being, Artificial Intelligence, and the Image of God, by Noreen Herzfeld
Christ and Extraterrestrial Life, by Ilia Delio, O.S.F.
Science, Philosophy, and Religion Today: Some Reflections, by Gennaro Auletta
The Creative Suffering of the Triune God: An Evolutionary Panentheistic Paradigm, by Gloria L. Schaab
Bridging Math and Theology: Constructing a Set Theoretic Model of the Processions and Relations in the Trinity, by Charles M. Vaughn

Book Reviews
Re-emergence of Emergence, edited by Philip Clayton and Paul Davies. Reviewed by James Haag.
Mind and Emergence, by Philip Clayton. Reviewed by James Marcum.
God in the Machine, by Anne Foerst. Reviewed by Josh Reeves.


Volume 5, Number 2 / July 2007

Is it the Lure of Ethical Laxity that Woos Stem Cell Scientists to Singapore?, by Ted Peters

Endless Forms Most Beautiful, by Alex García-Rivera
Evolution: Life in the Context of the Energies of God, by Philip Hefner
A Critical View of "Theistic Evolution", by Antje Jackelén
Defining "Spirit": An Encounter between Naturalists and Trans-naturalists, by Charles G. Conway
God and the Evangelical Laboratory: Recent Conservative Protestant Thinking about Theology and Science, by Amos Yong
Social and Ideological roots of "Science and Religion": A Social-historical Exploration of a Recent Phenomenon, by Taede A. Smedes

Book Reviews
Why We Believe What We Believe, by Andrew Newberg, M.D. & Mark Robert Waldman. Reviewed by Jeffrey Wattles.
The Ethical Brain, by Michael S. Gazzaniga. Reviewed by Mark Graves.
The Beginning of All Things: Science and Religion, by Hans Küng. Reviewed by Ted Peters.


Volume 5, Number 1 / March 2007

In Memoriam: Arthur Peacocke (1924-2006), by Philip Clayton
Arthur Peacocke in Memoriam (1924-2006), by Niels Henrik Gregersen
Arthur Peacocke: A Compleat Man, by Philip Hefner
Arthur Peacocke, by Nancey Murphy & William R. Stoeger, S.J.
Tribute to Arthur Peacocke, by Ann Milliken Pederson
Ringing the Changes: In Tribute to Arthur R. Peacocke, by Robert John Russell

Re-thinking Necessity ( al-Darura ) in al-Ghazali's Understanding of Physical Causation, by Carol L. Bargeron
The Conflict over Creation from a Medieval Point of View, by J.A. Sheppard
Of Particles and Fields, by Joseph A. Bracken, S.J.
Is the Spell Really Broken? Bio-psychological Explanations of Religion and Theistic Belief, by Justin L. Barrett
Matter, Mathematics, and God, by John Byl
The Myth of a Purely Rational Life, by George Ellis
The Intelligent Design Tradition: A Response to Robert John Russell, by Hans Schwarz

Book Review
Why Religion Matters: The Fate of the Human Spirit in an Age of Disbelief, by Huston Smith. Reviewed by Richard Payne.


Volume 4, Number 3 / November 2006

Hormone-receptors and Complexity: Putting to Rest another God of the Gaps?, by Oliver Putz

Divine Action, Compatibilism, and Coherence Theory: A Response to Russell, Clayton, and Murphy, by Niels Henrik Gregersen

Spiritual Robots: Religion and our Scientific View of the Natural World , by Robert M. Geraci
The Return of the Chimera, by Ted Peters
The Best of Possible Worlds: A Testable Claim of Choice, by William Lake
Honesty about God: Theological Reflections on Violence in an Evolutionary Universe, by Charlene P. E. Burns

Boyle Lectures 2006
The Emergence of Spirit: From Complexity to Anthropology to Theology , by Philip Clayton
Emergence in Theological Perspective: A Corollary to Professor Clayton's Boyle Lecture, by Niels Henrik Gregersen

Book Reviews
How to Relate Science and Religion: A Multidimensional Model, by Mikael Stenmark. Reviewed by Kirk Wegter-McNelly.
Theology and Modern Physics, by Peter E. Hodgson. Reviewed by Chris Corbally.
Christianity and Process Thought: Spirituality for a Changing World, by Joseph Bracken. Reviewed by Whitney Bauman.


Volume 4, Number 2 / July 2006

FINLON down under, by Ted Peters

Niels Henrik Gregersen's Contribution to Theology-and-science Methodology, by Nancey Murphy
Biology, Directionality, and God: Getting Clear on the Stakes for Religion-science Discussion, by Philip Clayton
An Appreciative Response to Niels Henrik Gregersen's JKR Research Conference Lecture, by Robert John Russell

Quantum Perichoresis : Quantum Field Theory and the Trinity, by Ernest L. Simmons
Subjectivist--observing and Objective--participant Perspectives on the World: Kant, Aquinas and Quantum Mechanics, by Roger Paul
Why Darwin's Theory of Evolution Deserves Theological Support, by Ted Peters & Martinez Hewlett
Bridging Science and Religion in China: Emerging Opportunities for Global Dialogue, by Kang Phee Seng
A Critical Response to Cardinal Schönborn's Concern over Evolution, by Robert John Russell

Book Reviews
Deeper than Darwin, by John Haught. Reviewed by David Brewer.
Time and Eternity, by Antje Jackelén. Reviewed by Lawrence W. Fagg.
Creation, by Hans Schwarz. Reviewed by Derek Nelson.
The Significance of Complexity, edited by Kees van Kooten Niekerk & Hans Buhl. Reviewed by Amos Yong.


Volume 4, Number 1 / March 2006

Who Sets the Evolution Agenda?, by Ted Peters & Martinez Hewlett

The Complexification of Nature: Supplementing the Neo-Darwinian Paradigm?, by Niels Henrik Gregersen
Mathematics and Theology: A Stroll through the Garden of Mathaphors, by Sarah Voss
The Action of God in the World—A Synthesis of Process Thought in Science and Theology, by Ross L. Stein
Newton's Secularized Onto-theology versus Descartes' and Leibniz', or on the Importance of Unifying Tendencies in the Secularization-process, by Steffen Ducheyne
The Barbour—Smith—Gilkey Paradox: Historical Relativity in Natural Science and Historical Religion, by Andrew P. Porter

Book Reviews
The Church and Galileo, edited by Ernan McMullin. Reviewed by John Hedley Brooke.
Evolution vs. Creationism, by Eugenie Scott. Reviewed by Chris Doran.
Science and the Trinity, by John Polkinghorne. Reviewed by Tom Martin.
In the Beginning...Creativity, by Gordon D. Kaufman. Reviewed by Rosemary Radford Ruether.
How to Relate Science and Religion, by Mikael Stenmark. Reviewed by Kirk Wegter Mc-Nelly.
Environmental Ethics, Ecological Theology, and Natural Selection, by Lisa Sideris. Reviewed by Greg Zuschlag.


Volume 3, Number 3 / November 2005

Theology and Science, by Fraser Watts
Scientific Reductionism and Holism: Two Sides of the Perception of Reality, by V. V. Raman

A Religiously Partisan Science? Responses to Golshani and Stenmark, by Alan H. Batten

Cultural Psychology and Theology: Partners in Dialogue, by Peter Hampson
Our World is More than Physics: A Constructive-critical Comment on the Current Science and Theology Debate, by Andreas Losch
Animals, Humans and X-men: Human Uniqueness and the Meaning of Personhood, by Christopher L. Fisher
Discerning the Spirit(s) in the Natural World: Toward a Typology of "Spirit" in the Religion and Science Conversation, by Amos Yong
A Green Augustine: On Learning to Love Nature Well, by Arthur O. Ledoux

Book Reviews
From Complexity to Life: On the Emergence of Life and Meaning, edited by Niels Henrik Gregersen, ed. Reviewed by Joseph A. Bracken, S.J.
Darwin's Cathedral, by David Sloan Wilson. Reviewed by John J. Carvalho IV.
Science and the Study of God: A Mutuality Model for Theology and Science, by Alan G. Padgett. Reviewed by Ernest L. Simmons.
Evolution from Creation to New Creation: Conflict, Conversation, and Convergence, by Ted Peters and Martinez Hewlett. Reviewed by Thomas F. Tracy.
The Sacred Cosmos: Christian Faith and the Challenge of Naturalism, by Terence L. Nichols. Reviewed by Patricia A. Williams.


Volume 3, Number 2 / July 2005

"Intelligent Design is Not Science and Does Not Qualify to be Taught in Public School Science Classes", by Robert J. Russell

The Fifth R: Jesus as Evolutionary Psychologist, by Patricia Williams
A Response to Patricia A. Williams' "The Fifth R: Jesus as Evolutionary Psychologist", by Richard Carlson & Jason Hine
Was Jesus an Evolutionary Psychologist?, by Joshua M. Moritz
Jesus and Evolutionary Psychology, Two Agendas, by Howard J. Van Till
Counter-response on "The Fifth R: Jesus as Evolutionary Psychologist", by Patricia Williams

Evolution and Process Thought, by Ian G. Barbour
Debating the Theological Implications of New Technologies, by Ian Barns
Capable of God: Evolution and New Creation, by Sarah Lancaster
Christology in the Meeting Between Science and Religion. A Tribute to Ian Barbour, by Denis Edwards
Langdon Gilkey: In Memoriam, by Ted Peters

Book Reviews
Participating In God, by Samuel M. Powell. Reviewed by Duane H. Larson.
In Whom We Live and Move and Have Our Being, edited by Philip Clayton & Arthur Peacocke. Reviewed by John B. Cobb.
Fifty Years In Science And Religion: Ian G. Barbour and his Legacy, edited by Robert John Russell. Reviewed by Owen Thomas.
The Teleological Argument and Modern Science, edited by Neil A. Manson. Reviewed by Howard Van Till.


Volume 3, Number 1 / March 2005

Natural Theology versus Theology of Nature, by Ted Peters
Religions in a Secular World, by V.V. Raman
Religion and Science at the Parliament of the World's Religions, by Philip Hefner
Peacemaking in the Stem Cell Wars, by Ted Peters

Editorial Corrections

Further Reflections on "The Divine Action Project", by Wesley Wildman
A Counter-response to Nancey Murphy on Non-reductive Physicalism, by Derek Jeffreys

Science as a Paradigm for Halakhic Thought: an Introduction to the Theology of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, by Carl Feit
A Religiously Partisan Science? Islamic and Christian Perspectives, by Mikael Stenmark
Comment on "A Religiously Partisan Science? Islamic and Christian Perspectives", by Medhi Golshani
A Counter-response on "A Religiously Partisan Science", by Mikael Stenmark
Consciousness and Science: an Advaita-Vedantic Perspective on the Theology-Science Dialogue, by Bharath Sriraman & Walter Benesch
Karl Barth and God in Creation: Towards an Interfaith Dialogue with Science and Religion, by Paul Chung

Review Essay
The Structure of Evolutionary Theory: On Stephen Jay Gould's Monumental Masterpiece, by Francisco J. Ayala

Book Reviews
Adam, Eve, and the Genome: The Human Genome Project and Theology, edited by Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite. Reviewed by Margaret McLean.
Theology and Psychology, by Fraser Watts. Reviewed by Kelly Bulkeley.
The Cosmos in the Light of the Cross, by George L. Murphy. Reviewed by Beverly J. Stratton.
Is Nature Ever Evil? — Religion, Science and Value, edited by Willem B. Drees. Reviewed by Mark Richardson.
Science and Wisdom, by Jürgen Moltmann. Reviewed by Whitney Bauman.


Volume 2, Number 2 / October 2004

Theology and Science Update, by Whitney Bauman

Response to Griffin's 'Scientific Naturalism', by F. LeRon Shults
Is Naturalistic Christianity the Way to Go? A Response to David Ray Griffin, by Howard J. Van Till
Comments on the Responses by Van Till and Shults, by David Ray Griffin

Wildman's Kantian Skepticism: A Rubicon for the Divine Action Debate, by Philip Clayton
Response to Wesley Wildman's 'The Divine Action Project', by John Polkinghorne
The Divine Action Project: Reflections on the Compatibilism / Incompatibilism Divide, by William R. Stoeger, S.J.
Scientific Perspectives on Divine Action? Mapping the Options, by Thomas Tracy

A Response to 'On the Assumption of Design', by Howard Taylor
Counter-response, by Patrick Frank

The Soul is Alive and Well: Non-reductive Physicalism and Emergent Mental Properties, by Derek Jeffreys
Response to Derek Jeffreys, by Nancey Murphy
Ecosystem Dynamics: a Natural Middle, by Robert Ulanowicz
Al-Ghazali's Use of the Terms "Necessity" and "Habit" in his Theory of Natural Causality, by Sobhi Rayan

Book Reviews
Re-Ordering Nature: Theology, Society and the New Genetics, edited by Celia Deane-Drummond and Bronislaw Szerszynski, with Robin Grove-White. Reviewed by Antje Jackelen.
Freedom Evolves, by Daniel Dennett. Reviewed by Greg Peterson.


Volume 2, Number 1 / April 2004

Editorial aims of Theology and Science
Problems in Contemporary Christian Theology, by Arthur Peacocke
The Origins of Violence, by Ted Peters
Tributes to Ian Barbour, by Robert John Russell

Scientific Naturalism: A Great Truth that Got Distorted, by David Ray Griffin
The Divine Action Project, 1988-2003, by Wesley J. Wildman
A New Look at Time and Eternity, by Joseph Bracken
Natural Character: Psychological Realism for the Downwardly Mobile, by Kevin Reimer
On the Assumption of Design, by Patrick Frank
The Influence of Platonism on Mathematics Research and Theological Beliefs, by Bharath Sriraman

Book Reviews
Technology and Human Becoming, by Philip Hefner. Reviewed by Ann Pederson.
Darwin and Design: Does Evolution Have a Purpose? by Michael Ruse. Reviewed by Marty Hewlett.
The Quantum and the Lotus: A Journey to the Frontiers Where Science and Buddhism Meet, by Matthieu Ricard & Trinh Xuan Thuan. Reviewed by Victor Mansfield.
Buddhism and Science: Breaking New Ground, edited by B. Alan Wallace. Reviewed by Richard Payne.
Theologie im technologischen Zeitalter. Das Werk Ian Barbours als Beitrag zur Verhältnisbestimmung von Theologie zu Naturwissenschaft und Technik, by Christian Berg. Reviewed by Hubert Meisinger.
Science, Theology, and Ethics, by Ted Peters. Reviewed by Nathan Hallanger.
A Devil's Chaplain: Reflections on Hope, Lies, Science, and Love, edited by Richard Dawkins & Latha Menon. Reviewed by Tom Hamilton.


Volume 1, Number 2 / October 2003

Congratulations, Antje and Phil!, by Lou Ann Trost
The Ecumenical Spirit of Science-and-Religion, by Antje Jackelén
SARS and Superstition, by Frank Budenholzer, SVD
Praying for Future Cures, by Ted Peters
Embryos from Stem Cells?, by Ted Peters

Five Attitudes Toward Nature and Technology from a Christian Perspective, by Robert John Russell
Fallen Angels or Rising Beasts? Theological Perspectives on Human Uniqueness, by Wentzel J. Van Huyssteen
The Importance of Being Chimpanzee, by Nancy R. Howell
Bad Science, Good Ethics, by Karen Lebacqz
Exploring the Rational Boundaries Between the Natural Sciences and Christian Theology, by James A. Marcum
Naturalism, Naturalism by Other Means, and ­Alternatives to Naturalism, by Andrew P. Porter

Book Reviews
"Five Studies in Ethics and Gene Technology": Becoming Immortal: Combining Cloning and Stem-Cell Therapy, by Stanley Shostak; Human Genome Research and the Challenge of Contingent Future Persons, by Jan Christian Heller; Genetic Engineering: Science and Ethics on the New Frontier, by Michael Boylan & Kevin E. Brown; Genetic Turning Points. The Ethics of Human Genetic Intervention, by James C. Peterson; Biology and Theology Today: Exploring the Boundaries, by Celia Deane-Drummond. Reviewed by Ulf Gorman.

Minding God: Theology and the Cognitive Sciences, by Gregory R. Peterson. Reviewed by Michael L. Spezio.
In Our Image: Artificial Intelligence and the Human Spirit, by Noreen L. Herzfeld. Reviewed by George L. Murphy.
Resurrection: Theological and Scientific Assessments edited by Ted Peters, Robert John Russell, & Michael Welker. Reviewed by Marty Miller Maddox.
Nature, Human Nature, and God, by Ian G. Barbour. Reviewed by Christian Berg.
Playing God? Genetic Determinism and Human Freedom, Second Edition, by Ted Peters. Reviewed by Greg Cootsona.


Volume 1, Number 1 / March 2003

Bridging Theology and Science: The CTNS Logo, by Robert John Russell
Truth in Editing, by Ted F. Peters

Intelligent Design: The Original Version, by Francisco J. Ayala
Physics and Metaphysics in a Trinitarian Perspective, by Sir John Polkinghorne
Embryonic Persons in the Cloning and Stem Cell Debates, by Ted F. Peters
On The Role of Philosophy in Theology-Science Dialogue, by Nancey Murphy
Theology and Science: Engaging the Richness of Experience, by Philip Hefner
"Religion and Science" Without Symmetry, Plausibility, and Harmony, by Willem B. Drees

Book Reviews
Biology and Christian Ethics, by Stephen R.L. Clark. Reviewed by Celia Deane-Drummond.
Competing Truths: Theology and Science as Sibling Rivals, by Richard J. Coleman. Reviewed by H. Paul Santmire.
Things A Computer Scientist Rarely Talks About, by Donald E. Knuth. Reviewed by Noreen Herzfeld.
Dancing with the Sacred: Evolution, Ecology, and God, by Karl E. Peters. Reviewed by Jerome Stone.
God, Life, and the Cosmos: Christian and Islamic Perspectives, edited by Ted Peters, Muzaffar Iqbal, & Syed Nomanul Haq. Reviewed by Joshua M. Moritz.