Web sites on Religion/Science compatibility

Evolutionary Christianity
Evolutionary Christianity points to those who value evidence as divine communication. Whatever our differences, we all have deep-time eyes and a global heart—that is, we're all committed to a just and healthy future for humanity and the larger body of life.

The American Scientific Affiliation.
The ASA is a fellowship of men and women in science or in science related fields who share a common belief in God and a commitment to integrity in the practice of science.

David Buchanan's Site
Dr. Buchanan (Professor of Animal Science at Oklahoma State University and a quantitative geneticist) developed this site for courses he has taught on various views concerning creation, evolution and intelligent design. Includes many links, a PowerPoint presentation, a chart showing six views of creationism and evolution, and more.

The Evolution of Genesis
The history of how the Book of Genesis has evolved over time from poetry written in Aramaic to the present editions of the Bible. Prepared in response to creationist attempts in Kansas and Oklahoma, with links to other sites to support the points made in this interesting essay.

Reasons to Believe
Dr. Hugh Ross, an astrophysicist, is leader of this group that provides resources on science-and-faith topics.

Science and Creation
Many essays on various topics concerning the compatibility of religion and science, especially with regard to evolution.

The Fish Wars
An essay for the general reader and person of Faith by Wendee Holtcamp on reasons that an acceptance of evolution and a religious Faith need not conflict.

PBS's Faith and Reason

Evolutionary Christianity

Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences (CTNS)
CTNS promotes the creative and mutual interaction between theology and the natural sciences.

Truth Can Not Contradict Truth
Statement by Pope John Paul II on evolution, 22 October 1996

Metanexus Institute
This group advances research, education and outreach on the constructive engagement of science and religion by collaborating with persons and communities from diverse religious traditions and scientific disciplines.

Science and Faith

Counterbalance Metalibrary

Debating Christianity and Religion

United Church of Christ (UCC)
"In the UCC, we're not afraid of science and technology. In fact, we embrace it."

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