The Oxford handbook of religion and science

@inproceedings{Clayton2006TheOH,
  title={The Oxford handbook of religion and science},
  author={Philip Clayton and Zachary Simpson},
  year={2006}
}
I.RELIGION AND SCIENCE ACROSS THE WORLD'S TRADITIONS II. CONCEIVING RELIGION IN LIGHT OF THE CONTEMPORARY SCIENCES III. THE MAJOR FIELDS OF RELIGION/SCIENCE IV. METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF RELIGION AND SCIENCE V. CENTRAL THEORETICAL DEBATES IN RELIGION AND SCIENCE 'SCIENCE AND RELIGION' OR 'THEOLOGY AND SCIENCE'? SCIENCE, THEOLOGY, AND DIVINE ACTION PANENTHEISM AND ITS CRITICS EVOLUTION, CREATION, AND BELIEF IN GOD INTELLIGENT DESIGN AND ITS CRITICS THEOLOGIES OF EMERGENT… 

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