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Religion and Science Research Guide: Introductory Resources

An introductory companion to research on the overlapping areas of the natural sciences, philosophy and systematic theology.

Subject Introduction

The resources on this list are designed to provide an introductory companion to begin your research in religion and science and this bibliography has a special emphasis on resources in Christianity. As an interdisciplinary field, the focus is primarily on the overlapping areas of the natural sciences, philosophy and systematic theology. While there are a variety of related topics such as creation/evolution/intelligent design and various bioethics topics, this guide attempts to provide a broad overview and entry into the subject. See the subject headings list to begin to narrow your research. While the majority of resources on this topic are held in the Stamps Theological Library (THEO), resources are also located across the Azusa Pacific campus libraries and are designated as MML for Marshburn Memorial Library (East Campus) and DAR for the Darling Library (on the West Campus).

Reference Books

These works may provide introductory and background information related to your topic. Look for bibliographies within the articles to help you find additional resources.

To find more books, use the subject headings on the "Books and Media" tab of this guide, or click on the titles below and use the subject headings listed there.

Subject Guide