John Polkinghorne


Christ in all that is

A review of Niels Henrik Gregersen

All living things are touched by divine grace—and caught up together in movement toward union with God.


Faith and Wisdom in Science, by Tom McLeish

Why do scientists turn to questions traditionally reserved for the humanities? Tom McLeish argues for a deep kinship between the two spheres.


When Science Meets Religion, by Ian Barbour; Faith, Science, and Understanding, by John Polkinghorne; and Can A Darwinian Be a Christian?, by Michael Ruse

Ian Barbour finds four major options in the current literature on science and religion: conflict, independence, dialogue and integration. Though he clearly prefers the latter two approaches, he explains well the attraction that some people feel for the former two.