Astley, J; & Francis, L. (2010) British Journal of Religious Education, Promoting positive
attitudes towards science and religion among sixth-form pupils: dealing with
scientism and creationism. Vol. 32 Issue 3.
The Routledge group writes a very compelling argument dealing with the attitudes towards science and religion. The authors have survey results from their research and supply the basic data learned. The paper data talks about the consistency of each institution and really points towards how group and subcultures can either be positive or negative based on how its presented.
Cho, F; & Squier, R. (2008). Journal of the American Academy of Religion, "He Blinded Me
With Science": Science Chauvinism in the Study of ReligionVol. 76 Issue 2.
The glaring word of chauvinism is brought up in this article of science and religion. The author brings in the disparity of that institution flex their muscle on their views. The article goes through the heaviness of history with this mindset and the problem of think through the constructions of theories with the stubbornness of one way is the only way. The article also goes through the illusions of naturalist and the tension of reductionism.
Dias, P. (2010). Academic Journal Science & Christian Belief, Is Science Very Different from
Religion? A Polanyian Perspective. Vol. 22 Issue 1.
The polanyian perspective is it reveals an aspect of reality, a reality largely hidden to us, and existing therefore independently of our knowing it. The author is demonstrating that science is not that much different that religion and that both have a faith type base. He explains that both sciences and religion have a dogmatic set of core commitments that do not change.
Dodick, J. & Aliza, O. (2010). International Journal of Science Education, Philosophical
Approaches of Religious Jewish Science Teachers Toward the Teaching of ‘Controversial’
Topics in Science, Vol. 32 Issue 11.
The brief journal article highlights the continuous struggle between the Jewish teacher’s philosophy and general subjects taught by their contemporary colleges in the scientific fields. While most Western-Christian scholars are in support the Jewish based education based on those Judaic fundamentals, there is still a strong resistance on specific subject of geological time, in comparison to issues connected to creation of the earth and especially evolution. The authors collaborate in strategies for teachers that incorporate curriculum on contentious topics in education.
Grinde, B. (2010). World Futures: The Journal of General Evolution, God In the hands of
future science. Vol. 66 Issue 5
In this issue, the author writes a hard-hitting paper that strikes right at the heart of the conflict of science and religion. He gives balanced weight towards both sides of the view of science and religion offering alternative towards resolve of the conflict. The author provides...