Scientific Perspectives on Divine Action

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Scientific Perspectives on Divine Action is a five volume set that represents more than a decade of scientific-theological conferences sponsored by the Vatican Observatory and the CTNS. [1][2][3][4] [5]



  1. Arthur Peacocke, The Journal of Theological Studies, October 2003 volume 54, issue 2, pages 869-873.
  2. "The Divine Action Project, 1988–2003", Wesley J. Wildman, Theology and Science, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2004
  3. Divine Action and Modern Science, Nicholas Saunders, 2002, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0-5215-2416-4
  4. "SEMINARIES SHARE SPACE, DOCTRINES ATOP 'HOLY HILL'" , Sacramento Bee, December 31, 1997, P. A1
  5. Catholic World News Jun 28, 1996

See also

Divine Action and Modern Science

External links

Should science educators deal with the science/religion issue? (an abstract), paper published in Studies in Science Education, Volume 44, Issue 2 September 2008 , pages 157 - 186