Theology and Science

(The median citation count of Theology and Science is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
COVID-19: A Study of Islamic and Scientific Perspectives11
Is Religion Only Utilitarian? Evolutionary Cognitive Science of Religion Through a Thomistic Lens9
Modern Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Bioethics in the Islamic Context7
Theology, Free Will, and the Skeptical Challenge from the Sciences5
Virtual Pastor: Virtualization, AI, and Pastoral Care5
Religious AI as an Option to the Risks of Superintelligence: A Protestant Theological Perspective4
New Perspectives on Human Origins: Three Challenges for Christian Theology3
Keep the 14-Day Rule in Stem Cell Research3
Nature of Evidence in Religion and Natural Science3
An Ecotheology for Human Settlement of the Inner Planets: Dominion, Despoilment, and a Chance for Re-Dedication3
An Ecotheology for Human Settlement of the Outer Planets: Roles for Religion Beyond the Warmth of the Sun3
Are Viruses Evil?3
Does God Create Through Evolution? A Thomistic Perspective2
Are Hominins Special? Human Origins as the Image and Likeness of God2
Theological Dimensions of Humanlike Robots: A Roadmap for Theological Inquiry2
SETI, Evolutionary Eschatology, and the Star Trek Imaginary2
Eliminating Free Will?2
Freedom All the Way Up: A New Look2
God is (Probably) a Cause among Causes: Why the Primary/Secondary Cause Distinction Doesn’t Help in Developing Non-interventionist Accounts of Special Divine Action2
Interaction in Emergent Human Systems2
The Theory of Relativity and Theology: The Neo-Thomist Science–Theology Separation vs. Michael Heller’s Path to Dialogue2
Hell and the Cultural Evolution of Christianity1
Cognitive Science of Religion, Reliability, and Perceiving God1
Truth and Regret: Large Language Models, the Quran, and Misinformation1
Shīʿī Imāmī Thought on Existence, Life, and Extraterrestrials1
Panentheism in the Light of Mathematical Understandings of Infinity and Connectedness1
A New Fourfold Taxonomy of Science-Religion Relations1
The Quaker Experiential Integration of Science and Religion1
Theology as freedom1
Does God Act in the Quantum World? A Critical Engagement with Robert John Russell1
Theology of Continuous Creation1
God’s Vulnerability and the Costs of Evolution. A Tribute to Denis Edwards1
Science vs. Religion: The Case of a Historical Intellectual Exchange between Two Shi‘i Scholars Regarding Evolution1
Bias in the Science and Religion Dialogue? A Critique of “Nature of Evidence in Religion and Natural Science”1
AI Is Calling from Rome, Once Again1
Can science make sense of life?1
A Trinitarian Metaphysics of Predestination and Human Freedom1
What We Learn Daily During the Russian War in Ukraine1
The ETI Hypothesis and the Scandal of Particularity1
What Does it Mean to Consider AI a Person?1
Expanding Ecotheology to Embrace the Earth-Moon System1
Critical Realism, Social Constructivism, and the Trinity1
Recalibrating the Logic of Free Will with Martin Luther1
Science-Engaged Theology Comes to San Antonio: A Report from the American Academy of Religion / Society of Biblical Literature Meeting 20211
The God of Cosmologists and Philosophers: Christian Theology and the Multiverse Hypothesis1
The Holy Spirit and the Story of New Creation: How Pneumatology Makes Sense of Cosmology and Eschatology1
Near-Death Experiences and Emergent Dualism1
Created in the Image of God: Both Human and Non-Human Animals?1
A world beyond physics: the emergence and evolution of life1
A Qualification of Methodological Naturalism: Brightman and de Vries Revisited1
ChatGPT’s Significance for Theology1
A Theory of the Merging Noospheres: Teilhard and Big History1
In Search of the Scientific Accounting of Spirit and God’s Spirit: Recent Critiques and New Inspirations1
The Genesis Quest: the geniuses and eccentrics on a journey to uncover the origin of life on earth0
From Deep Incarnation to Deep Anthropology: Hypostatic Union and the Universe in the Image of Imago Dei0
Science and Religion in India: Beyond Disenchantment0
Moral Bioenhancement for Space: Should We Enhance Morally Future Deep-Space Astronauts and Space Settlers?0
Divine Design and the Creation-Evolution Debate as Questions for Christian-Muslim Dialogue0
Naphtali Levy's Divine World: Jewish Tradition, Panentheism and Darwinism0
John Polkinghorne – A Dear Academic, Theological and Personal Friend0
Theistic Evolution: A Contemporary Aristotelian-Thomistic Perspective Theistic Evolution: A Contemporary Aristotelian-Thomistic Perspective , by Mariusz Tabaczek, Cambri0
The Cosmology of David Bohm: Scientific and Theological Significance0
A Comparative Study of Three Contemporary Iranian Muslim Thinkers in Science and Religion, with an Emphasis on Ted Peters’ Views0
Evolutionary Theory and Original Sin0
A World Without Work: Technology, Automation, and How We Should Respond0
Foundational Principles for an Organically Constituted World0
In Memoria: Reflections on Wentzel van Huyssteen (1942–2022)0
Ethical Dilemmas in Developing a Vaccine to Prevent COVID-19: The Perspective of Jewish Ethics0
The future of humanity: our destiny in the universe0
Big History versus Cosmic History: A Review of Ted Peters’ Book0
In Defence of Stillness: On Entropy, Heat Death, and Doxology0
Contemporary Cosmology is Irrelevant to Classical Theistic Christian Eschatology0
Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself: Vaccination in the Age of COVID-190
The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, CRISPR, and the Future of the Human Race0
Introduction to the Special Issue on Philosophy of Science and Islamic Thought0
Until the End of Time: Mind, Matter, and Our Search for Meaning in an Evolving Universe0
God’s Action in the World: A Critical Examination and Evaluation of Arthur Peacocke’s Divine Action Model0
The Confrontation Between Science and Religion from the Perspective of Mehdi Golshani and Ted Peters0
The Lost World of Adam and Eve: Genesis 2–3 and the Human Origins Debate0
Grace Contra Nature: The Etiology of Christian Religious Beliefs from the Perspective of Theology and the Cognitive Science of Religion0
Can Big History and Cosmic History Help America Tell its Own Story? Applying Ted Peters’ Work to our Future0
Philosophical posthumanism0
Artificial General Intelligence and Panentheism0
Inverting Naturalistic Cosmotheology: The Meeting of Steven J. Dick and Alfred N. Whitehead0
Entropy and Theodicy: A New Patristic Framework for Understanding Corruption0
Time Flow in the Natural World: A Theological Perspective0
Why we believe: evolution and the human way of being0
Evaluating the Salvific Status of Science and Technology in the Modern Mind0
Science News for Theological Study0
Human enhancements for space missions. Lunar, Martian, and future missions to the outer planets0
From Individual to Planetary: A Response to Adam Pryor0
Homo Sapiens? Understanding Humanity’s Inertia in the Face of Climate Science0
Religion, Climate Change, and Material Demand Reduction0
Old Neighbors, New Neighbors: Terrestrial Nonhuman Persons and SETI0
Science and Religion in a Monotheistic Perspective0
Human in the Loop: Decisioni umane e intelligenze artificiali Human in the Loop: Decisioni umane e intelligenze artificiali , by Paolo Benanti, Milano, Mondadori, 2022, 0
Artificial Intelligence, Reincarnation, and Resurrection. An Inquiry into the Ultimate Fulfillment of Human Nature Artificial Intelligence, Reincarnation, and Resurrection. An Inquiry i0
Georges Lemaître: Two Paths to Truth0
Understanding the Imago Dei with Analogies from the Inseparability in Quantum Mechanics: A Response to Adam Pryor0
Animal suffering and the Darwinian problem of evil0
Escaping Chronos: The Metaverse as a Surrogate for Aeon0
Between Indispensable Epistemic Utility and Political Harm: A Response to Rosemary Bertocci and Francis Rohlf0
The God Equation: the quest for a theory of everything The God Equation: the quest for a theory of everything , by Michio Kaku, New York, Doubleday, 2021, 198 pp., $16.20
Encountering Artificial Intelligence in the Catholic Tradition0
Astrobiology: The Almost Religious Science0
The End of All Things is at Hand: A Christian Eschatology in Conversation with Science and Islam The End of All Things is at Hand: A Christian Eschatology in Conversation with Science a0
What Can We Reasonably Predict Concerning Alien Religion and Ethics?0
Advancing Evolutionary Science in Dialogue with Islam0
Introduction: The Future of Religion as Humans Expand into Space0
Green Responds to Ham on Christianity and Transhumanism0
Astrobiology, a New Chapter in the Book of Nature0
Computational Topic Models for Theological Investigations0
History and eschatology: Jesus and the promise of natural theology: the 2018 Gifford Lectures0
Muslims, Christians, Scientists, and Extraterrestrial Aliens0
UFOs in Early Christianity: The Pleasures of Alternative Histories0
Why Science and Faith Need Each Other: Eight Shared Values that Move Us Beyond Fear0
The Grace of Being Fallible in Philosophy, Theology, and Religion0
Defending ‘ Islam and Evolution: Al-Ghazālī and the Modern Evolutionary Paradigm ': Abrahamic Dialogues and Interdisciplinary Insights0
Do You Trust Science?0
The Sirens of Mars: Searching for Life on Another World0
Philip Gosse’s Omphalos and the Creationist Problem of Measuring Miracles0
Petitionary Prayer—Caught in the Chaos of Strange Attractors: A Study of Divine Action in the Writings of John Polkinghorne0
Islamic Theology and the Crisis of Contemporary Science: Naquib al-Attas’ “Metaphysical Critique” and a Husserlian Alternative0
Science, Law, and Transubstantiation0
The Myth of Artificial Intelligence: Why Computers Can’t Think the Way We Do0
Shades of Structural Realism in Post-classical Islamic Thought0
The Realist Guide to Religion and Science0
Spiritual Healing: Science, Meaning & Discernment0
Making Theological Progress with David Deutsch’s Theory of Explanations0
Vexed Issues on Evolution in Christianity and Islam: A Comparison0
Viruses and the Anthropocentric Problem of Suffering0
The Global/Local Distinction Vindicates Leibniz’s Theodicy0
Life Concepts from Aristotle to Darwin: On Vegetable Souls0
Theosomnia: A Christian Theology of Sleep0
Theology of Nature Belongs within Public Theology0
Countercurrent of Life0
The Use of Philosophy of Science in the Creationism-Evolution Debate: An Ashʿarī Perspective0
The evolution of religion, religiosity and theology: a multilevel and multidisciplinary approach0
The Struggle for Cognitive Liberty: Retrofitting the Self in Activist Theology0
Darwin’s Detractors: A Reassessment of Responses to Natural Selection in German Science and Theology0
Science News for Theological Study: Machine Learning Unravels the Protein Folding Knot0
The Dignity of Causing: Kenosis, Compatibilism, and the God Beyond Genus0
Essence in the age of evolution: a new theory of natural kinds0
Prebunking Disinformation in Science, Skepticism, and Theology0
Artificial Intelligence: What Can We Learn About Being Human From Non-Human Technological “Life”?0
Shoaib Malik’s “Islam and Evolution”: Sociological Reflections on the Developing Engagement of British Muslim Leadership with Science0
The Human and Beyond: Transhumanism, Historicity, Humanness0
Scientific Realism and Anti-Realism Through the Lens of Sunnī Divine Action Models0
Condemned to be Religious: The Human Quest for Ultimate Meaning0
The Scope of Planetarity and What Constitutes Refraction: A Response to Adam Pryor0
The Future Fusion of Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Big Histories0
Is Death Reversible?0
Towards a Human-Centered Innovation in Digital Technologies and Artificial Intelligence: The Contributions of the Pontificate of Pope Francis0
Interactions, Complexity, Emergence: Toward an Image of God0
Consciousness and fundamental reality0
Theologie und Naturwissenschaft. Zur Überwindung von Vorurteilen und zu ganzheitlicher Wirklichkeitserkenntnis0
The Evolutionary Biology of Play as a Parameter for Animal Heaven0
Other “Adams”: Twelver Shiʿism and Human Evolution0
Why Space is No Problem for Religion … But Time is0
Edible Entanglements: On a Political Theology of Food0
Astrobiology and Fallenness—Baptising Spock0
“Your God is Too Small”: Retracing the Origins of Conflict Between Science and Religion0
Fundamental Scientific Theories and the Problem of Metaphysical Impartiality: Comments on Stenmark’s Response to Golshani0
Compassionate AI and the Alignment Problem0
The Human Being as the Mystery of Kun Fa Kān : An Engagement with Shoaib Ahmed Malik’s Islam and Evolution: Al-Ghazālī and the Modern Evolutionary Para0
The Matter with Things: Our Brains, Our Delusions, and the Unmaking of the World The Matter with Things: Our Brains, Our Delusions, and the Unmaking of the World , by Ia0
Religion and Science in Context of Islam and Korean Christianity0
Original Sin, Human Evolution, and Gene–Culture Interactions0
Artificial Intelligence and Baptism: Cutting a Gordian Knot0
Is Simplicity that Simple? An Assessment of Richard Swinburne’s Argument from Cosmic Fine-Tuning0
To Make a Mind—A Primer on Conscious Robots0
Artificial You: AI and the Future of Your Mind0
On the Ontotheology of Nature0
Robot Theology: Old Questions through New Media0
An Historical Overview of Jewish Theological Responses to Evolution0
An Evolving Theodicy: A Critical and Constructive Engagement with Bethany Sollereder’s God, Evolution, and Animal Suffering0
Special Divine Action and the Miraculous0
From Soul Science to Spiritual Information: John Templeton on Science and its Religious Potential0
Evolution and the Genre of Scripture: Why Evolution Shouldn’t Bother Jewish Theology0
Space Expansion and Politico-Religious Ideology: A Consideration of Civil Religion and the Future of Space Exploration0
The Height of Prophet Adam: At the Crossroads of Science and Scripture0
John: An Earth Bible Commentary—Supposing Him to be the Gardener0
Original Sin: The New Scientific Context as Challenge and Opportunity0
Divine Character: Iqbal's Conception of Divine Action and Armstrong's Laws of Nature0
What If We're Not Alone: Considering the Significance of Non-Intelligent Alien Life for Constructive Christian Theology0
Stanley Jaki Foundation International Congress Stanley Jaki Foundation International Congress , edited by Paul Haffner & Joseph Laracy, Herefordshire, Gracewing, 2020
Thomas Aquinas and William E. Carroll on Creatio ex Nihilo: A Response to Joseph Hannon’s “Theological Objections to a Metaphysicalist Interpretation of Creation”0
Intelligent Chaos? Messy Origins, Categorical Ambiguity, and a Hopeful Multiplicity0
Charles and Emma Darwin: The Option to Believe Charles and Emma Darwin: The Option to Believe , by Chris Dunford, Eugene, OR, Wipf and Stock, 2022, 322pp., $40.00(paperb0
Spirit Tech: The Brave New World of Consciousness Hacking and Enlightenment Engineering0
In Memoriam: John C. Polkinghorne, 1930–20210
Church in the Digital Age: From Online Church to Church-Online0
Pauline Principalities and Quantum Structures: A Match Made in Heaven0
God Revealed to the Mind’s Eye: Divine Intelligence in Formal Beauty0
Science, Theology, and Cosmic History: An Exposition and Critique of Ted Peters0
A Response to Thomas Aquinas and William E. Carroll on Creatio ex Nihilo by Ignacio Silva0
St. George Jackson Mivart: Evo-Devo, Epigenetics and Thomism0
What (if Anything) Should Christian Theology Learn from the Cognitive Science of Religion?0
Theology and Science News0
Ricoeur and the Third Discourse of the Person: From Philosophy and Neuroscience to Psychiatry and Theology0
Justifying Roy Bhaskar’s “Alethic Truth” Through T. F. Torrance’s Theological Critical Realism0
The Territories of Science and Religion0
God in Cosmic History: A Response to My Critics0
Science Needs a Comprehensive Worldview0
God, Stephen Hawking and the Multiverse: What Hawking Said and Why It Matters0
The Theology Intrinsic to Relativistic Physics0
“Your Faith has Healed You”: Christian Orthodox Theology’s Ethical Consideration on Placebos0
My Tsunami Journey: The Quest for God in a Broken World0
Public Theology, Discourse Clarification, and Worldview Construction0
Apt Analogies and Misleading Metaphors: “Co-Evolution” and Other Biological Terms in Scientific Theories of Religious Evolution0
Science News for Theological Study: An Age of Reason?0
Theodicy, Supreme Providence, and Semiclassical Theism0
Reframing Providence: New Perspectives from Aquinas on the Divine Action DebateReframing Providence: New Perspectives from Aquinas on the Divine Action Debate, by Simon Maria Kopf, Oxford, Oxford Univ0
What is it like to be dead? Near-death experiences, christianity and the occult0
Science News for Theological Study: Waking From Our Slumbers Concerning Sleep0
Will Digital Immortality Replace Religion?0
The Believer: Alien Encounters, Hard Science, and the Passion of John Mack0
A Convergence of Minds: Teilhard de Chardin and Conway Morris0
Who We Are and Where We Came from: Divergent Views on Human Origins0
What Is Life? Five Great Ideas in Biology What Is Life? Five Great Ideas in Biology , by Paul Nurse, New York, WW Norton, 2020, 145 pp., $20.00 (hardback), ISBN 978-0-390
Paul Tillich, Rita Felski, and the Impossible Necessity of Believing in Science0
Shall We Sanctify Ourselves with Biomedical Technology? A Reformed Appraisal of Moral Bioenhancement0
“Theological Sophistry?” Does the Notion of Creation Need Revision?0
Aspects of Experience and Their Role in Systematic Theology0
Cosmotheology and Process Theology: A Reply to Metaphysics of Exo-Life by Andrew Davis0
A Historical Introduction to Islam, Science, and Evolution: The Book Symposium on ‘ Islam and Evolution: Al-Ghazālī and the Modern Evolutionary Paradigm '0
YHWH’s Divine Images: A Cognitive Approach YHWH’s Divine Images: A Cognitive Approach by Daniel O. McClellan, Atlanta, SBL Press, 2022, xxi+277 pp., $0(Open Access PDF),0
Islam and Evolution: Al-Ghazālī and the Modern Evolutionary Paradigm0
Transubstantiation Through the Lens of Spacetime Substantivalism0
Christian Ethics in the Context of Social Evolution0
Reflections on the Implications of the Human Lineage0
Nonoverlapping Magisteria Versus Science-Religion Integration: Rereading Stephen Jay Gould0
Extra-Terrestrials or Terrestrial Heretics? Being Green in the Middle Ages0