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3. Eastern Orthodox  Engagements

  • Cavarnos, Constantine. Biological Evolutionism. 2nd edition. Belmont, MA: Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, 1997.
  • Harakas, Stanley S. “Christian Faith Concerning Creation and Biology.” In La Theologie dans L’Eglise et dans le Monde, pp. 226 - 47. Chambésy: Du Centre Orthodoxe du Patriarcat Oecumenique, 1984.
  • Harakas, Stanley S. “Christianity Facing Science.” Greek Orthodox Theological Review 37 (1992): 7 - 15.
  • Nesteruk, Alexei V. Light from the East:Theology, Science, and the Eastern Orthodox Tradition. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2002.
  • Puhalo, Lazar. The Evidence of Things Not Seen: Orthodoxy and Modern Physics. Dewdney, British Columbia: Synaxis Press, 1996.
  • Rose, Seraphim. Genesis, Creation and Early Man: The Orthodox Christian Vision. Platina, CA: St. Herman of Alaska Brotherhood, 2000. [But see also the review by George Theokritoff & Elizabeth Theokritoff in St. Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly 46 (2002): 365 - 90)]
  • Sherrard, Philip. The Rape of Man and Nature: An Inquiry into the Origins and Consequences of Modern Science. Ipswich: Golgonooza Press, 1987.
  • Sherrard, Philip. Human Image : World Image. The Death and Resurrection of Sacred Cosmology. Ipswich: Golgonooza Press, 1992.
  • Vlachos, Hierotheos. “Orthodox Theology and Science.” Greek Orthodox Theological Review 44 (1999): 131 - 48.
  • Woloschak, Gayle E. Beauty and Unity in Creation. Minneapolis, MN: Light & Life Press, 1996.

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