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A review of Tom McLeish's book
'Faith and Wisdom in Science' 
Alan Gijsbers, December 2014


Review of Nicola Hoggard-Creegan's book  
'Animal suffering and the problem of evil' 
Murray Hogg, November 2014.



Review of Sir John Houghton's book 'In the Eye of the Storm'
John Pilbrow, August 2014.




Review of J Wanliss' book 'Resisting the Green Dragon: dominion, not death'
Ian Hore-Lacy, December 2013.




Review of John Cowburn SJ's book 'Pierre Teilhard de Chardin: A selective summary of his life'
Mark Worthing, July 2013.




Review of the RJ Berry's book 'The Lion Handbook of Science & Christianity'

Ian Hore-Lacy, May 2013.



Yes, writes Owen Gingerich.

"Frankly," Gingerich writes, "I am psychologically incapable of believing that the universe is meaningless. I believe the universe has a purpose, and our greatest intellectual challenge as human beings is to glimpse what this purpose might be."


An excerpt published on the BioLogos Forum of Loren Haarsma's essay, 'Evolution and Divine Revelation: Synergy, not Conflict, in Understanding Morality', asks whether evolution compromises human morality.


Denis Alexander writes on the Biologos Forum on the theological implications of human genomics.



Does it matter that people who have had near-heaven experiences are confused theologically, so long as good news is preached?


Do we have souls?Tim O'Connor asks whether we have a soul.


A collection of galaxies that is a whopping four billion light years long is the biggest cosmic structure ever seen.


Free WillAlvin Plantinga reviews Sam Harris' book, Free Will. "Sam Harris claims that free will is an illusion. What we ordinarily believe in this neighborhood, he says, is completely mistaken: "You will do whatever it is you do, and it is meaningless to assert that you could have done otherwise"; "we know that determinism, in every sense relevant to human behavior, is true." Doesn't that imply that we human beings are not responsible for what we do?"


Review of the Centre for Public Christianity's DVD 'God, science: creation, Darwin and the end of faith'
John Pilbrow, February 2013.




Review of Alister McGrath's book 'Science & Religion: a new introduction'
Colin Goodwin, February 2013.




Review of Peter Harrison's book 'The Cambridge companion to science and religion'
John Pilbrow, February 2013.




Review of Bradley Monton's book 'Seeking God in Science: an atheist defends Intelligent Design'
Murray Hogg, December 2010.

"Celebrating God's Creation"
An all-ages church service resource
Source: Test of FAITH



Review of "The Faraday Papers" (various authors)
Ian Hore-Lacy, August 2010.


An outline of the Test of FAITH course
Peter Barry, April 2010.


Review of Michel Onfray's book 'The Atheist Manifesto'
James Garth, March 2010.


Notes on Science and Christian Belief
Professor Alan J Day, 2009


Review of David Myers' book 'A Friendly Letter to Skeptics and Atheists'
James Garth, October 2009.


Review of 'Test of FAITH'
Ian Hore-Lacy, August 2009.


Review of Alister McGrath's lecture 'The Bankruptcy of Scientific Atheism'
James Garth, September 2007.


Review of Keith Ward's book 'Why There Almost Certainly Is A God'
James Garth, May 2009.


Review of Francis Collins' book 'The Language of God'
Ian Hore-Lacy, March 2009.


Review of David Robertson's book 'The Dawkins Letters: Challenging Atheist Myths'
James Garth, February 2009.


Review of George Ellis Backhouse lecture, ‘Faith Hope and Doubt in times of uncertainty'
Alan Gijsbers, January 2008.


Review of Peter Harrison's book, The Bible, Protestantism and the Rise of Natural Science
Allan John Day, April 2003.


Review of Denis Alexander's book Rebuilding the Matrix: Science and Faith in the 21st Century
Allan John Day, April 2003.


Revd Dr John PolkinghorneThe Rev Dr John Polkinghorne presented this lecture at St.Andrews University on 9 October 2008 as one of the James Gregory lectures, a series of presentations from eminent international speakers promoting open dialogue and exchange of ideas on manny intriguing points of contact between Science and Religion.


Does Science Make Belief in God Obsolete?
A Templeton Conversation



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