Science and Religion Book List
Aldersey-Williams, Hugh, The Most Beautiful Molecule – The Discovery of the
Buckeyball (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: New York, 1995).

Artigas, Mariano, The Mind of the Universe – Understanding Science and Religion
(Templeton Foundation Press: Philadelphia, 2000).

Attali, Jacques, A Brief History of the Future (Arcade Publishing: New York, 2006).

Baker, Catherine, Your Genes, Your Choices – Exploring The Issues Raised by Genetic
Research (AAAS: Washington. D.C., 1999).

Baker, Catherine, Behavioral Genetics – An Introduction to How Genes and
Environments Interact Through Development to Shape Differences in Mood,
personality, and Intelligence (AAAS: Washington, D.C., 2004).

Baker, Catherine, James B. Miller, editor, The Evolution Dialogues – Science,
Christianity, and the Quest for Understanding (AAAS Books: Washington,
D.C., 2006).

Barbour, Ian G., Issues in Science and Religion (Prentice-Hall, Inc.: Englewood
Cliffs, New Jersey, 1966).

Barbour, Ian G., Religion in an Age of Science (Harper: San Francisco, 1990).

Barbour, Ian G., Nature, Human Nature, and God (Fortress Press: Minneapolis, 2002).

Barrow, John D. & Frank J. Tippler, The Anthropic Cosmological Principle (Oxford
University Press: Oxford, 1986).

Ben-Ari, Moti, Just A Theory – Exploring the Nature of Science (Prometheus Books:  
Amherst, New York, 2005).

Bertka, Connie, Nancy Roth and Matthew Shindell, Workshop Report: Philosophical,
Ethical, and Theological Implications of Astrobiology (AAAS Press: Washington, D.C.,

Bright, Michael, Intelligence in Animals (Reader’s Digest Association: London, 1997).

Brown, Warren S., Nancey Murphy and H. Newton Malony, editors, Whatever
Happened to the Soul? – Scientific and Theological Portraits of Human Nature (Fortress
Press: Minneapolis, 1998).

Clayton, Philip, Mind and Emergence –From Quantum to Consciousness (Oxford
University Press: Oxford, 2004).

Clayton, Philip and Paul Davies, editors, The Re-Emergence of Emergence – The
Emergent Hypothesis from Science to Religion (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2006).
Collins, Francis S., The Language of God – A Scientist Presents Evidence for
Belief (Free Press: New York, 2006).

Conner, James A., Kepler’s Witch – An Astronomer’s Discovery of Cosmic Order
Amid Religious War, Political Intrigue, and the Heresy Trial of His Mother (Harper: San
Francisco, 2004).

Crick, Francis, The Astonishing Hypothesis – The Scientific Search for the Soul
(Charles Scribner’s Sons: New York, 1994).

d’Aquili and Andrew B. Newberg, The Mystical Mind – Probing the Biology of Religious
Experience (Fortress Press: Minneapolis, 1999).

Dawkins, Richard, The Blind Watchmaker – Why the evidence of evolution reveals
a universe without design (W. W. Norton & Company: New York, 1987).

Dawkins, Richard, River Out of Eden – A Darwinian View of Life (Basic Books: New
York, 1995).

Dawkins, Richard, Climbing Mount Improbable (W. W. Norton & Company: New
York, 1996).

Dawkins, Richard, A Devil’s Chaplain – Reflections on Hope, Lies, Science, and Love
(Houghton Mifflin Company: Boston, 2003).

Dawkins, Richard, The Ancestor’s Tale – A Pilgrimage to the Dawn of Evolution
(Houghton Mifflin Company: Boston, 2004).

deDuve, Christian, Vital Dust – The Origin and Evolution of Life on Earth (Basic Books:
New York, 1995).

Dennett, Daniel C., Consciousness Explained (Little, Brown and Company: Boston,

Dennett, Daniel C., Darwin’s Dangerous Idea – Evolution and the Meanings of Life
(Simon and Schuster: New York, 1995).

Dennett, Daniel C., Freedom Evolves (Penguin Books: New York, 2003).

Dennett, Daniel C., Breaking the Spell – Religion as a Natural Phenomenon (Viking:
New York, 2006).

Dyson, Freeman, Infinite in All Directions (Harper & Row: New York, 1985).

Dyson, Freeman, Origins of Life (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 1985).

Dyson, Freeman, Imagined Worlds (Harvard University Press: Cambridge, 1997).

Dyson, Freeman J., The Sun, The Genome, and The Internet – Tools of Scientific
Revolutions (The New York Public Library - Oxford University Press: Oxford, 1999).

Easterbrook, Gregg, Beside Still Waters – Searching for Meaning in an Age of
Doubt (William Morrow and Company, Inc.: New York, 1998).

Edelman, Gerald M., Bright Air, Brilliant Fire – On The Matter of the Mind (Basic
Books: New York, 1992).

Ekman, Paul, Charles Darwin – The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals
(Definitive Edition, Oxford University Press: Oxford, 1998).

Fagg, Lawrence W., Electromagnetism and the Sacred –At the Frontier of Spirit and
Matter (Continuum: New York, 1999).

Fagg, Lawrence W., The Becoming of Time – Integrating Physical and Religious Time
(Duke University Press: Durham, 2003).

Fanu, James Le, Why Us? – How Science Rediscovered The Mystery of Ourselves
(Pantheon Books: New York, 2009).

Ferguson, Kitty, The Fire in the Equations – Science, Religion & The Search for God
(William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1994).

Frankel, Mark S., editor, Exploring Public policy Issues in Genetics (AAAS Press:
Washington, D.C., 1996).

Frankel, Mark S. & Audrey R. Chapman, Human Inheritable Genetic Modifications
– Assessing Scientific, Ethical, Religious, and Policy Issues (AAAS Press:  Washington,
D.C., September 2000).

Frayn, Michael, The Human Touch – Our Part in the Creation of a Universe
(Metropolitan Books: New York, 2006).

Friedman, Norman, Bridging Science and Spirit – Common Elements in David Bohm’s
Physics, The Perennial Philosophy and Seth ( Living Lake Books: St. Louis, Missouri,

Fry, Douglas P., Beyond War – The Human Potential for Peace (Oxford University
Press: Oxford, 2007).

Fuller, Michael, Atoms & Icons – A Discussion of the Relationships Between Science
and Theology (Mowbray: London, 1995).

Gell-Mann, Murray, The Quark and the Jaguar – Adventures in the Simple and the
Complex (W.H. Freeman and Company: New York, 1994).

Gilovich, Thomas, How We Know What Isn’t So – The Fallibility of Human Reason in
Everyday Life (The Free Press: New York, 1991).

Goodall, Jane, with Phillip Berman, Reason for Hope – A Spiritual Journey (Warner
Books: New York, 1999).

Goodenough, Ursula, The Sacred Depths of Nature (Oxford University Press: Oxford,

Gould, Stephen Jay, The Mismeasure of Man (W.W.Norton & Company: New York,

Gruning, Herb, How In The World Does God Act? (University Press of America, Inc.:
Lanham, Maryland, 2000).

Haack, Susan – Defending Science – Within reason – Between Scientism and Cynicism
(Prometheus Books: Amherst, New York, 2003).

Habgood, John, Being A Person – Where Faith and Science Meet (Hodder & Stoughton:
London, 1998).

Hamer, Dean, The God Gene – How Faith is Hardwired into Our Genes (Doubleday:
New York, October 2004).

Hamer, Dean and Peter Copeland, - Why They Matter More Than You Think (Anchor
Books: New York, March 1999).

Hargrove, Eugene C., editor, Beyond Spaceship Earth – Environmental Ethics and the
Solar System (Sierra Club Books: San Francisco, 1986).

Harrison, Peter, The Bible, Protestantism, and the Rise of Natural Science (Cambridge
University Press: Cambridge, 1998).

Haught, John F. , Science and Religion – From Conflict to Conversation (Paulist Press:
New York, 1995).

Haught, John F., God After Darwin – A Theology of Evolution (Westview Press:
Boulder, Colorado, 2000).

Haught, John F., Deeper Than Darwin – The Prospect for Religion in the Age of
Evolution (Westview Press: Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2003).

Hawking, Stephen, A Brief History of Time – From the Big Bang to Black Holes
(Bantam Books: New York, 1988).

Hawking, Stephen, The Illustrated A Brief History of Time, Updated & Expanded
Edition (Bantam Books: New York, 1996).

Hawking, Stephen, The Universe in a Nutshell (Bantam Books: New York, 2001).

Heeren, Fred, Show Me God – What the Message from Space Is Telling Us About God,
Revised Edition (Day Star Publications: Wheeling, Illinois, 1997).

Hefner, Philip, The Human factor –Evolution, Culture, and Religion (Fortress Press:
Minneapolis, 1993).

Hill, Craig C., In God’s Time – The Bible and the Future (William B. Eerdmans
Publishing Company: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2002).

Hofstadter, Douglas R. and Daniel C. Dennett, The Mind’s I – Fantasies and Reflections
on Self and Soul (Basic Books, Inc., Publishers: New York, 1981).

Hofstadter, Douglas, I Am A Strange Loop (Perseus Books: New York, 2007).

Horgan, John, The End of Science – Facing the Limits of Knowledge in the Twilight of
the Scientific Age (Helix Books: Reading, Massachusetts, 1996).

Horgan, John, Rational Mysticism – Dispatches from the Border Between Science and
Spirituality (Houghton Mifflin Company: Boston, 2003).

Houghton, John, The Search for God – Can Science Help? (A Lion Book: Oxford, 1995).

Hyers, Conrad, The Meaning of Creation – Genesis and Modern Science (John Knox
Press: Atlanta, 1984).

Jackeln, Antje, Time & Eternity – The Question of Time in Church, Science, and
Theology (Templeton Foundation Press: Philadelphia, 2002).

Jammer, Max, Einstein and Religion – Physics and Theology (Princeton University
Press: Princeton, 1999).

Jastrow, Robert, God and The Astronomers (W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.: New
York, 1978).

Jastrow, Robert, God and The Astronomers, New and Expanded Edition (W. W. Norton
& Company, Inc.: New York, 1992).

Johnson, Timothy, Finding God in the Questions – A Personal Journey (InterVarsity
Press: Downers Grove, Illinois, 2004).

Kaminer, Wendy, Sleeping With Extra-Terrestrials – The Rise of Irrationalism and Perils
of Piety (Pantheon Books: New York, 1999).

Kellert, Stephen R. and Edward O. Wilson, editors, The Biophilia Hypothesis (Island
Press: Washington, D.C., 1993).

Kennedy, Donald, Teaching About Evolution and the Nature of Science (National
Academy Press: Washington, D.C., 1998).

King, Ursula, Spirit and Fire – The Life and Vision of Teilhard de Chardin (Orbis Books:
Maryknoll, New York, 1996).

Klein, George, The Atheist and the Holy City – Encounters and Reflections (The MIT
Press: Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1987).

Koerner, David & Simon LeVay, Here Be Dragons - The Scientific Quest for
Extraterrestrial Life (Oxford University press: Oxford, 2000).

Kuhn, Thomas S., The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, Second Edition, Enlarged
(The University of Chicago Press: Chicago, 1970).

Kung, Hans, The Beginning of All Things – Science and Religion (William B., Eerdmans
Publishing Company: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2005).

Kurtz, Paul, editor, with the assistance of Barry Karr and Ranjit Sandhu, Science and
Religion – Are They Compatible? (Prometheus Books: Amherst, New York, 2003).

Levy, Steven, Artifical Life – The Quest for a New Creation (Pantheon Books: New
York, 1992).

Malinowski, Bronislaw, Magic, Science and Religion and Other Essays (Doubleday
Anchor Books: New York, 1948).

Mangum, John M., editor, The New Faith-Science Debate – Probing Cosmology,
Technology, and Theology (Fortress Press: Minneapolis, 1989).

Margenau, Henry and Roy Abraham Varghese, Editors, Cosmos, Bios, Theos –
Scientists Reflect on Science, God, and the Origins of the Universe, Life, and Homo
sapiens (Open Court: Chicago and LaSalle, Illinois, 1992).

Martin, Louis C., God and Atom ( Omaha, Nebraska, 2004).

Matthews, Dale A. with Connie Clark, The Faith Factor – Proof of the Healing Power of
Prayer (Viking: New York, 1998).

Mautner, Stephen, Editor, Science, Evolution, and Creationism (The National Academy
Press, Institute of Medicine: Washington, D.C., 2008).

May, Robert M. Cosmic Consciousness Revisited – The Modern origins and
Development of a Western Spiritual Psychology (Element: Rockport, Massachusetts,

McGrath, Alister, Glimpsing the Face of God – The Search for Meaning in the Universe
(Willam B. Eerdmans Publishing Company: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2002).

McGrath, Alister, Creation (Fortress Press: Minneapolis, 2005).

McGrath, Alister, Doubting – Growing Through the Uncertainties of Faith (InterVarsity
Press: Downers Grove, Illinois, 2006).

McGrath, Alister, A Fine-Tuned Universe – The Quest for God in Science and Theology
(Westminster John Knox Press: Louisville, Kentucky, 2009).

Miller, Kenneth R., Finding Darwin’s God – A Scientist’s Search for Common Ground
Between God and Evolution (Cliff Street Books: New York, 1999).

Miller, Kenneth R., Only A Theory – Evolution and the Battle for America’s Soul
(Viking: New York, 2008).

Mishlove, Jeffrey, The Roots of Consciousness – The Classic Encyclopedia of
Consciousness Studies, revised and expanded (Council Oaks Books:  Tulsa, 1993).

Moltmann, Jurgen, Science and Wisdom (Fortress Press: Minneapolis. 2003).

Morowitz, Harold J., The Emergence of Everything – How The World Became
Complex (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2002).

Morrison, Reg, The Spirit in the Gene – Humanity’s Proud Illusion and the Laws of
Nature (Cornell University Press: Ithaca, 1999).

Murphy, George L., The Trademark of God – A Christian Course in Creation, Evolution
and Salvation (More-House Barlow: Wilton, Connecticut, 1986).

Numbers, Ronald L., The Creationists – The Evolution of Scientific Creationism (Alfred
A. Knopf: New York, 1992).

Numbers, Ronald L., editor, Galileo Goes to Jail and Other Myths About Science and
Religion (Harvard University Press: Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2009).

O’Murchu, Diarmuid, Quantum Theology – Spiritual Implications of the New Physics
(Crossroad Publishing Company: New York, 2002).

Padgett, Alan G., Science and the Study of God – A Mutuality Model for Theology and
Science (William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2003).

Parens, Erik, Genetic Difference and Human Identities – On Why Talking about
Behavioral Genetics Is Important and Difficult (Hastings Center Report: Garrison, New
York, 2004).

Park, Robert, Voodoo Science – The Road from Foolishness to Fraud (Oxford
University Press: Oxford, 2000).

Peacocke, Arthur, Theology For a Scientific Age – Being and Becoming – Natural,
Divine and Human, enlarged edition (SCM Press LTD: London, 1993).

Peacocke, Arthur, God and Science – A Quest for Christian Credibility (SCM Press
LTD: London, 1996).

Pellegrino, Charles, Unearthing Atlantis – An Archeological Odyssey (Vintage Books:
New York, 1991).

Penrose, Roger, Shadows of the Mind – A Search for the Missing Science of
Consciousness (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 1994).

Penrose, Roger, The Large, The Small and the Human Mind (Cambridge University
Press:  Cambridge, 1997).

Peters, Ted, Workshop reader – Science and Religion: the new Imperative? Berkeley
Introductory Workshop, January 4, 2001 (Science and Religion Course Program - The
Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences: Berkeley, 2001).

Peters, Ted and Martinez Hewlett, Evolution From Creation to New Creation – Conflict,
Conversation, and Convergence (Abingdon Press: Nashville, 2003).

Peters, Ted, editor, Science and Theology – The New Consonance (Westview: Boulder,
Colorado, 1998).

Pinker, Steven, The Blank Slate – The Modern Denial of Human Nature (Viking: New
York, 2002).

Polkinghorne, J. C., The Quantum World (Princeton University Press: Princeton, 1985).

Polkinghorne, John, Science and Creation – The Search For understanding (New
Science Library SHAMBHALA: Boston, 1989).

Polkinghorne, John, Quarks, Chaos, & Christianity – Questions to Science and Religion
(Triangle: London, 1994).

Polkinghorne, John, Belief in God In an Age of Science (Yale University Press: New
Haven, 1998).

Polkinghorne, John, Faith, Science & Understanding (Yale University Press: New
Haven, 2000).

Polkinghorne, John, Quantum Theory – A Very Short Introduction (Oxford University
Press: Oxford, 2002).

Polkinghorne, John C., Science and Providence – God’s Interaction With The World
(Templeton Foundation Press: Philadelphia, 2005).

Polkinghorne, John and Nicholas Beale, Questions of Truth – Fifty-one Responses to
Questions about God, Science, and Belief (Westminster John Knox Press: Louisville,
Kentucky, 2009).

Polkinghorne, John and Michael Welker, Faith in the Living God - A Dialogue (Fortress
Press: Minneapolis, 2001).

Pollack, Robert, The Faith of Biology & The Biology of Faith – Order, Meaning, and
Free Will in Modern Medical Science ( Columbia University Press; New York, 2000).

Poole, Michael, A Guide to Science and Belief – How Science Works Explaining the
Universe – Faith, Evidence and Chance (A Lion Manual: Oxford, 1990).

Quammen, David, The Reluctant Mr. Darwin – An Intimate Portrait of Charles Darwin
and the Making of His Theory of Evolution (W.W. Norton & Company: New York,

Randi, James, Flim-Flam! – Psychics, ESP, Unicorns and Other Delusions (Prometheus
Books: Amherst, New York, 1982).

Richardson, W. Mark and Wesley J. Wildman, editors, Religion and Science – History,
Method, Dialogue (Routledge: New York & London, 1966).

Ridley, Matt, Nature Via Nurture – Genes, Experience and What Makes Us Human
(Harper Collins Publishers: 2003).

Roughgarden, Joan, Evolution and Christian Faith – Reflections of an Evolutionary
Biologist – What Jesus and Darwin Have in Common (Island Press: Washington, D.C.,

Ruse, Michael, Taking Darwin Seriously – A Naturalistic Approach to Philosophy
(Prometheus Books: Amherst, New York, 1998).

Russell, Robert John, Nancey Murphy and Arthur R. Peacocke, editors, Chaos and
Complexity – Scientific Perspectives on Divine Action (Vatican Observatory
Publications: Vatican City State, 1995).

Russell, Robert John, Editor, Fifty Years in Science and Religion – Ian G. Barbour and
His Legacy (Ashgate: Burlington, Vermont, 2004).

Sagan, Carl and Ann Druyan, Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors – A Search for Who We
Are (Ballantine Books: New York, 1992).

Sagan, Carl, The Pale Blue Dot – A Vision of the Human Future in Space (Random
House: New York, 1994).

Sagan, Carl, The Demon-Haunted World – Science as a Candle in the Dark (Random
House: New York, 1995).

Sagan, Carl, Billions and Billions – Thoughts on Life and Death at the Brink of the
Millenium (Ballantine Books: New York, 1997).

Sagan, Carl, edited by Ann Druyan, The Varieties of Scientific Experience – A Personal
View of the Search for God (The Penguin Press: New York, 2006).

Schick, Jr., Theodore and Lewis Vaughn, How To Think About Weird Things – Critical
Thinking For A New Age (McGrawHill: Boston, 1995).

Schick, Jr., Theodore and Lewis Vaughn, How To Think About Weird Things – Critical
Thinking For A New Age Fourth Edition (McGrawHill: Boston, 2005).

Schroeder, Gerald L., The Science of God – The Convergence of Scientific and Biblical
Wisdom (Broadway Books: New York, Scott, Eugenie C., Evolution vs. Creationism –
An Introduction (Greenwood Press: Westport, Connecticut, 2004).

Segerstrale, Ullica, Defenders of the Truth – The Battle for Science in the Sociobiology
Debate and Beyond (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2000),

Shah, Idries, Knowing How To Know – A Practical Philosophy in the Sufi Tradition
(The Octagon Press: London, 1998).

Shermer, Michael, Why People Believe Weird Things – Pseudoscience, Superstition,
and Other Confusions of Our Time (W. H. Freeman and Company: New York, 1997).

Shermer, Michael, How We Believe – The Search for God in an Age of Science (W. H.
Freeman and Company: New York, 2000).

Shermer, Michael – Science Friction – Where the Known Meets the Unknown (Henry
Holt and Company: New York, 2005).

Schwarze, Sharon and Harvey Lape, Thinking Socratically – Critical Thinking About
Everyday Issues, Second Edition (Prentice Hall: Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, 2001).

Schwartz, Scott W., Faith, Serpents, and Fire – Images of Kentucky Holiness Believers
(University Press of Mississippi: Jackson).

Searle, John R., Mind – A Brief Introduction (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2004).

Sharpe, Kevin, Sleuthing the divine – The Nexus of Science and Spirit (Fortress Press:
Minneapolis, 2000).

Silver, Lee M., Challenging Nature – The Clash of Science and Spirituality at the New
Frontiers of Life (Harper Collins: New York, 2006).

Sloan, Richard P., Blind Faith – The Unholy Alliance of Religion and Medicine (St.
Martin’s Press: New York, 2006).

Smith, Howard, Let There be Light – Modern Cosmology and Kaballah – A New
Conversation Between Science and Religion (New World Library: Novato, California,

Smolin, Lee, The Life of the Cosmos (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 1997).

Southgate, Christopher et al., God, Humanity and the Cosmos – A textbook in Science
and Religion (Trinity Press International: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1999).

Stannard, Russell, editor, God for the 21st Century (Templeton Foundation Press:
Philadelphia, 2000).

Stark, Rodney, For The Glory of God – How Monotheism Led to Reformations,
Science, Witch-hunts, and the End of Slavery (Princeton University Press: Princeton,

Stenger, Victor J., Has Science Found God? – The Latest Results in the Search for
Purpose in the Universe (Prometheus Books: Amherst, New York, 2003).

Strobel, Lee, The Case for a Creator – A Journalist Investigates Scientific Evidence That
Points Toward God (Zondervan: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2004).

Swimme, Brian, The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos – Humanity and the New Story
(Orbis Books: Maryknoll, New York, 1996).

Swinburne, Richard, Is There A God? (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 1996).

Suzuki, David & Peter Knudtson, Genethics – The Clash Between the New genetics and
Human Values, Revised and Updated Edition (Harvard University Press: Cambridge,
Massachusetts, 1990).

Templeton, John Marks, editor, Evidence of Purpose – Scientists Discover the Creator
(Continuum: New York, 1994).

Templeton, John Marks, The Humble Approach – Scientists Discover God, New
Revised Edition (Continuum: New York, 1995).

Templeton, Sir John, Possibilities for Over One Hundredfold More Spiritual Information
– The Humble Approach in Theology and Science (Templeton Foundation Press:
Philadelphia, 2000).

Templeton, John Marks and Robert L. Herrmann, The God Who Would Be Known –
Revelations of the Divine in Contemporary Science (Harper & Row, Publishers: San
Francisco, 1989).

Thomas, Keith, Religion and the Decline of Magic – Studies in popular beliefs in
sixteenth and seventeenth century England (Oxford University Press: New York, 1997).

Tiessen, Terrance, Providence & Prayer – How Does God Work in the World?
(InterVarsity Press: Downers Grove, Illinois, 2000).

Toolan, David, At Home in the Cosmos (Orbis Books: Maryknoll, New York, 2001).

VandeCreek, Larry, A Research primer for Pastoral Care and Counseling (Journal of
Pastoral Care Publications, Inc.: Decatur, Georgia, 1988).

VandeCreek, Larry, Hilary Bender and Merle R. Jordan, Research in Pastoral Care and
Counseling – Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches (Journal of pastoral Care
Publications, Inc.: Decatur, Georgia, 1994).

Van Fraassen, Bas C., The Empirical Stance – Empiricism, Realism, and Religion (Yale
University Press: New Haven, 2002).

Ward, Keith, Why There Almost Certainly Is A God – Doubting Hawkins (Lion:
London, 2008).

Wilcox, David L., God and Evolution – A Faith-Based Understanding (Judson Press:
Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, 2004).

Wilkinson, David, God, Time & Stephen Hawking – An Exploration into Origins
(Monarch Books: Mill Hill, London, 2001).

Wilkinson, David and Rob Frost, Thinking Clearly About God and Science (Monarch
Books: Mill Hill, London, 1996).

Wilkinson, David, Alone in the Universe – The X files, Aliens and God (Monarch:
Crowborough, 1997).

Wilson, Edward O., Sociobiology – The New Synthesis (Harvard University Press:
Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1975).

Wilson, Edward O., The Diversity of Life (The Harvard University Press: Cambridge,
Massachusetts, 1992).

Wilson, Edward O., Naturalist (Island Press: Washington, D.C., 1994).

Wilson, Edward O., Consilience – The Unity of Knowledge (Alfred A, Knopf: New
York, 1998).

Wilson, Edward O., The Future of Life (Alfred A. Knopf: New York, 2002).

Wiseman, James A., Theology and Modern Science – Quest for Coherence (Continuum:
New York, 2002).

Witham, Larry, Where Darwin Meets the Bible – Creationists and Evolutionists in
America (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2002).

Witham, Larry – By Design - Science and the Search for God (Encounter Books: San
Francisco, 2003).

Witham, Larry, The Measure of God – Our Century-Long Struggle to Reconcile Science
and Religion - The Story of the Gifford Lectures (Harper: San Francisco, 2005).

Wright, Robert, Three Scientists and Their Gods – Looking For Meaning in an Age of
Information (Harper & Row; New York, 1989).

Wright, Robert, Non-Zero – The Logic of Human Destiny (Pantheon Books: New York,
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