Talks and Interviews
Jeff Tallon: God and Science
Jeff Tallon: Can a scientist be a Christian?
Zachary Ardern: Naturalism or Christianity
Peter Atkins and Zachary Ardern: The Case from Science for or against God
Dr Zachary Ardern takes on Professor Peter Atkins in this debate, facilitated by Premier Christian Radio’s Justin Brierly, as part of the Unbelievable series.
Jacob Martin: Fanning the flames: Science and Faith in New Zealand
(NB to purchase a copy from the authors in NZ contact Nicola at firstname.lastname@example.org)
How I Changed my Mind about Evolution, edited by Kathryn Applegate, J.B. Stump
Surprised by Meaning by Alister McGrath
Creation and Evolution: Do We Have to Choose? by Denis Alexander
A Science and Religion Primer by Heidi A. Campbell and Heather Looy
The Language of God by Francis Collins
God, Humanity and the Cosmos ed. by Christopher Southgate
Science and Religion: An Introduction by Alister McGrath
Religion and Science by Ian Barbour
Biology and Theology Today by Celia Deane-Drummond
Evolution from Creation to New Creation by Ted Peters and Martinez Hewlett.
Making Sense of Evolution: Darwin, God, and the Drama of Life, by John F. Haught
Evolution and Belief by Robert Asher
Perspectives on an Evolving Creation by Keith Miller
The Groaning of Creation by Christopher Southgate
Christ and Evolution by Celia Deane-Drummond
Alone in the World by Wentzel van Huyssteen
Life’s Solution by Simon Conway Morris
Evolution, Games and God by Martin Nowak and Sarah Coakley
Evolution of Human Behavior, by Agustin Fuentes
Science Meets Religion: Enemies, Strangers or Partners? by Ian Barbour
Belief: Reasons on the Reason for Faith by Francis Collins
Science Vs. Religion: What Scientists Really Think by Elaine Howard Ecklund
Aristotle’s Categories of Cause by Robert Mann (NZ)
It is widely believed that Aristotle originally defined 4 categories of cause. But in one of the two surviving notes, 5 categories of cause were defined: the name proximal cause for the fifth category is proposed. The recent restricting by e.g. Dawkins of causality in evolution theory to only two categories of cause is disputed.
Free Will by Robert Mann (NZ)
ISCAST,our Australian neighbour-organisation, has an excellent selection of articles and talks on their resources page.