Resource List

If you are interested in finding our more about the topics discussed in RE:Think, the links on this page are a great place to start.

Religion and Science:
Faraday Institute for Science and Religion
Veritas Forum
John Lennox’s web page
Christians in Science
Christians in Science and Technology
Faith Interface
Ian Ramsey Centre
Centre for Theology and Natural Sciences
 4 Lessons Science and Religion Taught Me

Science and Religion: A very short introduction by Thomas Dixon
Issues in Science and Religion by Ian Barbour
Science vs. Religion: What Scientists Really Think by Elaine Howard Ecklund
Test of Faith Book
50 Nobelists – a free ebook of quotes from believing Nobel laureates

Philosophy of Science and Bias
Scientific Method Interactive Lab by the University of Utah
Interview with Ed Yong on Science, Replication and Journalism
Retraction Watch – a blog tracking scientific papers being retracted from journals
Odds Are, It’s Wrong – article in Science News

The Logic of Scientific Discovery by Karl Popper
Personal Knowledge by Michael Polanyi
The Structure of Scientific Revolutions by Thomas Kuhn
The Scientific Image by Bas Van Fraasen

Worldview flowchart
Worldview comparison chart

The Universe Next Door: A Basic Worldview Catalog by James Sire

For Teachers and Youth Leaders
Here are some activities and courses which extend the topics introduced in the Re:Think workshop.

Here are two activities to do with your science class about bias and how it affects the scientific method.

A confirmation bias activity from Developmental

A Bias detection activity from the Ohio Department of Education

Science and Faith
If you would like to run a series of small groups addressing the issue of whether scientists can be Christian, Test of Faith is a great resource. Find it here.

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