Science and Christian Belief

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Science and Christian Belief  
Science and Christian Belief.jpg
Discipline Philosophy, religious studies
Language English
Edited by Denis R. Alexander, Rodney D. Holder
Publication details
Publisher
Paternoster Press on behalf of Christians in Science and the Victoria Institute (United Kingdom)
Publication history
1989–present
Frequency Biannually
Indexing
ISSN 0954-4194
LCCN 91643099
Links

Science and Christian Belief is a biannual peer-reviewed academic journal published by Paternoster Press on behalf of Christians in Science and the Victoria Institute.[1][2] It focuses on the traffic of ideas between science and religion, with particular reference to Christianity.[3] The editors-in-chief are Denis R. Alexander (Faraday Institute for Science and Religion)[4] and Rodney D. Holder.

The journal was established in 1989, with Oliver Barclay and A. Brian Robins as co-editors-in-chief.[5] It is abstracted and indexed in New Testament Abstracts, Religion Index One: Periodicals, and Religious & Theological Abstracts, and is distributed by EBSCO Information Services as part of Academic Search and other collections. The journal is free to members of Christians in Science.[6]

The Victoria Institute or[clarification needed] Philosophical Society of Great Britain published the Journal of the Transactions of The Victoria Institute, which was established in 1866; it was renamed Faith and Thought in 1958, and then merged with the (informal) CIS Bulletin in 1989, obtaining its current name.[7][8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ World Evangelical Fellowship, Evangelical Review of Theology, Volume 15, p. 191, Paternoster Press (1991), accessed 5 November 2009
  2. ^ "Creation or Evolution: Do We Have To Choose?'", Christian Today, 14 August 2008, accessed 3 November 2009
  3. ^ "Science & Christian Belief: About the Journal". ScienceandChristianBelief.org. Retrieved 7 November 2009. 
  4. ^ Bowder, Bill, "Cambridge science don ticks off the teen rebels," Church Times, 7 March 2008, accessed 3 November 2009
  5. ^ Haas, Jr., J.W., "Science & Christian Faith in Western Europe: Personal View," PSCF 42 (March 1990): 39–44, accessed 3 November 2009
  6. ^ "Science & Christian Belief". Christians in Science. Retrieved 16 November 2009. 
  7. ^ John W. Haas, Jr., with David O. Moberg, Richard Bube,and Wilbur Bullock, ""The Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation At 50: Modest Beginnings, Maturing Vision, Continuing Challenges," Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, 50 (December 1998): 241–49, accessed 3 November 2009
  8. ^ Faith & Thought (formerly Faith and Thought Newsletter, established in 1985), ISSN 0955-2790, back cover

External links[edit]