Bibliography for Russell on Cosmology
- C. J. Isham and J.
C. Polkinghorne, "The Debate over the Block Universe," in Quantum Cosmology and the Laws of Nature, op.
- Max Jammer, The Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics (New
York: John Wiley & Sons, 1974)
- James T. Cushing and
Ernan McMullin, eds., Philosophical
Consequences of Quantum Theory(Notre Dame: University of Notre
Dame Press, 1989).
- Wesley J. Wildman
and Robert John Russell, "Chaos: A Mathematical Introduction with
Philosophical Reflections," in Chaos
and Complexity: Scientific Perspectives on Divine Action
- Robert Jastrow, God and the Astronomers (New York: W.
W. Norton, 1978)
- William Lane Craig
and Quentin Smith, Theism, Atheism and
Big Bang Cosmology (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1993).
- Ernan McMullin,
"How should cosmology relate to theology?" in Peacocke, The Sciences and Theology in the Twentieth
Century (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1981)
Creation without a Beginning," Quantum
Cosmology and the Laws of Nature; "t=0: Is it
Theologically Significant?" in Richardson and Wildman, Religion and Science
- "Cosmology from
Alpha to Omega", Zygon: Journal of
Religion & Science (December, 1994)
- "Does Creation
have a Beginning?" Dialog
- Nancey Murphy and
George F. R. Ellis, On the Moral Nature
of the Universe: Theology, Cosmology, and Ethics (Minneapolis:
Fortress Press, 1996).
- Owen Thomas, ed., Gods Activity in the World: The Contemporary
Problem (Chico, CA: Scholars Press, 1983)
- Arthur Peacocke, Theology for a Scientific Age: Being and
Becoming - Natural, Divine, and Human, (Minneapolis: Fortress
- Arthur R. Peacocke,
"Chance and Law in Irreversible Thermodynamics, Theoretical Biology,
and Theology," in Robert John Russell, Nancey Murphy and Arthur R.
Peacocke, eds., Chaos and Complexity:
Scientific Perspectives on Divine Action (Vatican City State:
Vatican Observatory Publications, and Berkeley: The Center for Theology
and the Natural Sciences, 1995), p. 123-143.
- Arthur Peacocke,
"Gods Interaction" in Chaos
and Complexity, op. cit. In his earlier work he adopted an
embodiment model. See Creation and the
World of Science (Oxford: Clarendon, 1979), 142ff., 207
- John Polkinghorne, Science and Creation: The Search for
Understanding (Boston: Shambhala, 1989), p. 43
and Reality: The Relationship between Science and Theology
(Philadelphia: Trinity Press International, 1991)
Faith of a Physicist: Reflections of a Bottom-Up Thinker,
The Gifford Lectures for 1993-4 (Princeton: Princeton University Press,
1994).p. 67-69, 77-82.
Metaphysics of Divine Action," in Russell, et. al., Chaos and Complexity, op. cit., p. 147-156
Talk: Science and Religion in Dialogue (Valley Forge:
Trinity Press International, 1995), Ch. 6, esp. p. 81-84;
Chaos & Christianity: Questions to Science and Religion
(New York: Crossroad, 1996), p. 65-73
as Theologians: A Comparison of the Writings of Ian Barbour, Arthur
Peacocke and John Polkinghorne (London: SPCK, 1996), Ch.
- Ian G. Barbour, Religion in an Age of Science, The Gifford
Lectures, Volume One (San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1990),
- "The Immanent
Directionality of the Evolutionary Process and Its Relationship to
Teleology," in Russell, et. al.,
Evolution and Molecular Biology, op. cit.
- Philip Clayton, In Whom We Have Our Being: Theology of God and
Nature in Light of Contemporary Science (Edinburgh University
Press and Eerdmans, 1998)
- Mary Hesse, On the
Alleged Incompatibility between Christianity and Science, Man and Nature, ed. Hugh Montefiore
(London: Collins, 1975), p. 121-131.
- John B. Cobb, Jr.,
and David Ray Griffin, Proceses
Theology: an Introductory Exposition (Philadelphia: Westminster
- Charles Hartshorne, A Natural Theology for our Time (La
Salle, Open Court, 1967), esp. pp. 90-97; for the latter, see Ted Peters, God as Trinity: Relationality and Temporality in
Divine Life (Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press, 1993).
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