Science and Religion

Information about Science and Religion

Published on October 7, 2007

Author: ICarmichael

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Science and Religion:  Science and Religion Models of Relationship Many Possible Models exist:  Many Possible Models exist Warfare Independence (NOMA) Irrelevance (I, II, III) Interrelationship Slight overlap Realms of meaning Realms of discourse Discourse and reality Warfare - Imperialism:  Warfare - Imperialism Independence:  Independence Religion Science NOMA “Non-Overlapping Magisteria” – Stephen Jay Gould Irrelevance (I):  Irrelevance (I) Religion Science Irrelevance (II):  Irrelevance (II) Religion Science Interrelationship:  Interrelationship Religion Science Points of Contact:  Points of Contact Religion Science Knowledge and Meaning (I):  Knowledge and Meaning (I) Religion Science The realm of meaning and knowledge Irrelevance in Meaning (I):  Irrelevance in Meaning (I) Religion Science The realm of meaning and knowledge Irrelevance in Meaning (II):  Irrelevance in Meaning (II) Religion Science The realm of meaning and knowledge Irrelevance in Meaning (III):  “Reality” Irrelevance in Meaning (III) Religion Science Kant - Can’t know the ‘thing in itself’ Irrelevance in Meaning (IV):  “Reality1” “Reality2” “Reality3” “Reality4” “Reality5” Irrelevance in Meaning (IV) Religion Science Postmodernism Pause for Breath:  Pause for Breath References:  References Kristiansen, Roald, ‘The future role of science and religion in society’, http://www.love.is/roald/faith_future.html (visited May 26th, 2007) For further checking!:  For further checking! http://www.geocities.com/fourtyres/science_and_religion.htm Modern Physics and Ancient Faith (Paperback) by Stephen M Barr exc reviews Barnes & Science: http://www.quodlibet.net/bishop-barnes.shtml Religion and the Sciences a syllabus(http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/~lholler/rs363.html) http://www.st-edmunds.cam.ac.uk/faraday/Lectures.php http://www.mala.bc.ca/~johnstoi/darwin/title.htm Creationism in the Science Curriculum? http://homepages.utoledo.edu/esnider/scirelconference/spiegelpaper.htm Which Religion?:  Which Religion? Ancient Church? Fathers Augustine on accommodation Charles Hodge Medieval Papacy? Protestants? Calvin on Genesis Luther? Greek churches? Which Science?:  Which Science? Physics Astronomy Medicine Biology Mathematics Logic How Major?:  How Major? Copernicus late to publish –fear?? Giordano Bruno 17/2/1600 Galileo banned from teaching Wyclif d1384 John Hus 6/7/1415 Thomas More 6/7/1535 Tyndale 6/10/1536 Latimer & Ridley ?/10/1555 Albigenses Luther banned from teaching From Wikipedia:  From Wikipedia Among the best-known individuals to be executed by burning were Jacques de Molay (1314), Jan Hus (1415), St Joan of Arc (May 30, 1431), Patrick Hamilton (1528), William Tyndale (1536), Michael Servetus (1553), Giordano Bruno (1600), and Avvakum (1682). Anglican martyrs Hugh Latimer and Nicholas Ridley (both in 1555), and Thomas Cranmer (1556) were also burned at the stake. Charles Hodge 1797-1878:  Charles Hodge 1797-1878 Distinguished in Scripture what authors Intended to teach Happened to believe cited Ian Barbour, Religion and Science, 64

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