a review of positions taken in the nineteenth century, see Claude Welch, Protestant
Thought in the Nineteenth Century, 315 pp (New Haven: Yale University
Press, 1985), 2:Ch. 6. and Ian G. Barbour, Issues in Science and Religion
(New York: Harper & Row, 1971 (originally published in 1966 by Prentice-Hall)),
Ch. 4. For more denominationally
focused articles on evolution and theology see the articles by Jürgen HÃ¼bner,
Arthur Peacocke and Schmitz-Moormann in Svend Andersen and Arthur Peacocke, Editors, Evolution and
Creation: A European Perspective (Aarhus: Aarhus University Press,
1987). Also helpful is David C.
Lindberg and Ronald L. Numbers, Editors, God and Nature: Historical Essays
on the Encounter Between Christianity and Science (Berkeley: University of
California Press, 1986). See also Niels H. Gregersen, Ulf Gorman and Christoph
Wassermann, Editors, Studies in Science & Theology1997: Yearbook of the
European Society for the Study of Science and Theology, vol. 5, The
Interplay Between Scientific and Theological Worldviews, Part I (Geneva:
LABOR ET FIDES, S. A., 1999).
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