Evangelicals and science in historical perspective /
edited by David N. Livingstone, D.G. Hart, Mark A. Noll.
|Other Authors:||Livingstone, David N., 1953-, Hart, D. G., Noll, Mark A., 1946-|
New York : Oxford University Press, 1999
Religion in America series (Oxford University Press)
Religion and science
Evangelicalism > History.
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Table of Contents:
- History of science and religion : some evangelical dimensions /John Hedley Brooke
- Puritan thesis revisited /John Morgan
- Christianity and early modern science : the Foster thesis reconsidered /Edward B. Davis
- Science, theology, and society : from Cotton Mather to William Jennings Bryan /Mark A. Noll
- Science and evangelical theology in Britain from Wesley to Orr /David W. Bebbington
- Science, natural theology, and evangelicalism in early nineteenth-century Scotland : Thomas Chalmers and the Evidence controversy /Jonathan R. Topham
- Scriptural geology in America /Rodney L. Stiling
- Situating evangelical responses to evolution /David N. Livingstone
- Telling tales : evangelicals and the Darwin legend /James Moore
- Creating creationism : meanings and uses since the age of Agassiz /Ronald L. Numbers
- A sign for an unbelieving age : evangelicals and the search for Noah's ark /Larry Eskridge
- "Science of duty" : moral philosophy and the epistemology of science in nineteenth-century America /Allen C. Guelzo
- Toward a Christian social science in Canada, 1890-1930 /Michael Gauvreau and Nancy Christie
- Evangelicals, Biblical scholarship, and the politics of the modern American academy /D. G. Hart
- Meaning of science for Christians : a new dialogue on Olympus /George Marsden.