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Faith and Science

Faith and Science Resource Page

In fall semester, 2016 the College of Sciences and Mathematics began a student/faculty discussion seminar on Faith and Science.  This seminar series continues to investigate the interesting and important interface between science and our Christian faith, and better equips students and faculty to discuss these topics with others at Belmont and the broader community. 

Science and Religion Club: 
President and contact: Sarah Elizabeth Tooley (
Faculty advisor: Dr. Scott H. Hawley (
The Science and Religion Club of Belmont strives to create a community for safe, intellectual conversations about faith and science. Belmont students and faculty of all departments and walks of life may learn, discuss, and engage with each other.
For more information, including upcoming events, see the club's BruinLink page:


Here are links to suggested readings and websites:
Artificial Intelligence in Christian Thought and Practice
This series by Christian computer scientists introduces questions for Christians about AI and its role in society.
A new video series (November, 2016) created by the Dialogue of Science, Ethics and Religion (DoSER), a part of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
These are mini-courses by the American Scientific Affiliation on a variety of faith and science topics using resources from their journal, Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith and from presentations from ASA annual meetings.  and
The BioLogos Foundation represents the theistic evolution perspective. Founded by National Institutes of Health (and former Human Genome Project) Director Francis Collins, BioLogos invites the church and the world to see the harmony between science and biblical faith as we present an evolutionary understanding of God’s creation.
From the Dust: Conversations in Creation is a DVD produced by the BioLogos Foundation.  You may check out this DVD from Dr. Murphree (JAAC 3017).
You may check out the Test of Faith film DVD from Dr. Murphree (JAAC 3017). The resources at this link are designed to complement the Test of Faith DVD and range from easy to in-depth. Everything is free to download.
The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion's Faraday Papers provide accessible and readable introductions to the relationship between science and religion, written by a broad range of authors who are expert in the field.  They are free downloads and may be copied and reproduced freely for educational and non-profit purposes. The second link provides videos and other multimedia resources from Faraday lectures, courses, discussions and research seminars.     and
The American Association for the Advancement of Science's Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion (DoSER) facilitates communication between scientific and religious communities.  One of the resources provided are video links which cover a range of science and religion topics.   and
The John Templeton Foundation supports research relating to the Big Questions of human purpose and ultimate reality.  Subjects range from complexity, evolution, and infinity to creativity, forgiveness, love, and free will.
The National Center for Science Education defends the integrity of science education against ideological interference.  See NCSE's resources on evolution and climate change at the above link.
Zygon is the journal of Religion and Science.  Issues are accessible through Belmont's Lila D. Bunch Library.