Is There More to Nature than Matter?
The Renewed Stature of Christian Philosophizing
Alvin Plantinga’s aim in Where the Conflict Really Lies is to show that far from being incompatible, science and religion are mutually supportive.
Last month, the USCCB issued a statement claiming Elizabeth A. Johnson's latest book “contaminates the traditional Catholic understanding of God.” Regrettably, the bishops' statement reflects, among other problems, a theological failure to take evolution seriously.
An interview with Vatican astronomer Guy Consolmagno
Teilhard de Chardin’s startling relevance in a post-Darwin age.
Selling and sanitizing the father of evolution
Evolution and Christianity are not as compatible as some would have you believe.
If intelligent design is to be taught in public-school classrooms, in what course does it belong? Certainly not science class, argues John Boler, emeritus professor of philosophy at the University of Washington in Seattle. “If [intelligent design] belongs in a high-school curriculum at all,” Boler writes, “it might best be fitted under social studies.”
"Has the church has changed its position on evolution? In a word, no. Catholic thinkers have long maintained that evolutionary biology provides a vitalizing stimulus to religious thought." By John F. Haught.
How neither the God rejected by neo-Darwinians nor the God posited by intelligent designers has much to do with the God of the Bible. By John Garvey