Links to other science and religion organizations and related newsletters/journals:
AAAS Dialogue on Science, Ethics and Religion (DOSER)
A Science and Policy project of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
American Scientific Affiliation (ASA)
Science in Christian Perspective.
The American Scientific Affiliation (ASA) is a fellowship of men and women in science and disciplines that relate to science who share a common fidelity to the Word of God and a commitment to integrity in the practice of science.
Beliefnet is a multi-faith e-community designed to help you meet your own religious and spiritual needs -- in an interesting, captivating and engaging way.
BioLogos invites the church and the world
to see the harmony between science and biblical faith
as we present an evolutionary understanding of God's creation.
Center for Process Studies
The Center for Process Studies is a faculty center of Claremont School of Theology, and affiliated with Claremont Graduate University. CPS seeks to promote the common good by means of the relational approach found in process thought.
Center of Theological Inquiry
Since its founding in 1978, the Center of Theological Inquiry has dedicated its efforts to revitalizing the human capacity to understand and live by the truth of God's work in the world through Jesus Christ.
The Clergy Letter Project
This program, begun by Michael Zimmerman,
was designed to demonstrate the compatibility of religion and science and to elevate public debate on this important issue. The letter itself addresses the project's goals much more concretely, and it has been signed by over 11,600 members of the Christian clergy. (A recently drafted letter for Jewish rabbis has already received over 200 signatures.) The letter is available for viewing and signing, where there is additional information about the Project and about the upcoming Evolution Weekend 2009. A Facebook group has also been organized for clergy and for lay people.
Collegeville Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research (of St. John's University).
The Collegeville Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research seeks to discern the meaning of Christian identity and unity in a religiously and culturally diverse nation and world, and to communicate that meaning for the mission of the church and the renewal of human community. The Institute is committed to research, study, prayer, reflection, and dialogue, in a community shaped by the Benedictine tradition of worship and work.
Counterbalance is a non-profit educational organization working to promote counterbalanced perspectives on complex issues. It is our hope that individuals, the academic community, and society as a whole will benefit from a struggle toward integrated and counterbalanced views.
The European Society for the Study of Science And Theology (ESSSAT)
ESSSAT is a scholarly, non-confessional organization, based in Europe, which aims to promote the study of relationships between the natural sciences and theological views.
The Graeme Clark Research Institute at Tabor Adelaide
The Graeme Clark Research Institute conducts, facilitates and promotes research and development within Tabor Adelaide in the broad context of Christian service to the community.The mission of the GCRI is to build a community of research scholars working together to foster and engage in activities that stimulate informed understanding and discussion of issues that concern the harmonious relationship between science and faith, and (more broadly) the role of spirituality in family, society, education, culture and politics.
Ian Ramsey Centre, Oxford, UK
The Ian Ramsey Centre, founded in 1985 for the study of religious beliefs in relation to the sciences and medicine, is a part of the Theology Faculty in the University of Oxford. Its regular seminar series, open to graduate students and informed members of the public, brings together scientists, philosophers and theologians to explore interests they have in common. The Centre also sponsors regional conferences to encourage new networks for examining connections between theology and the sciences; and through its international workshops it enhances the quality of courses on science and religion that are taught worldwide.
The Institute for the Study of Christianity in an Age of Science and Technology, is a non-profit company (ABN 11 003 429 338) which studies issues related to Christianity and the scientific and technological thinking in our society. (ISCAST, Ltd.)
Institute on Religion in an Age of Science (IRAS)
Working for a dynamic and positive relationship between religion and science since 1954.
International Society for Science and Religion (ISSR)
The Society is established for the purpose of the promotion of education
through the support of inter-disciplinary learning and research
in the fields of science and religion conducted where possible
in an international and multi-faith context."
The London School of Economics (LSE) Order Project
The London School of Economics is currently hosting a unique multi-disciplinary collaboration between philosophers of science, theologians, and historians of science on the topic of order and disorder in nature, with special focus on laws of nature. 'God's Order, Man's Order, and the Order of Nature' is a 4-year project bringing together a varied group of senior scholars to research concepts of natural order as they arise in science and religion.
The Metanexus Institute advances research, education and outreach on the constructive engagement of science and religion.
The New England Center for Faith and Science Exchange (FASE)
Religion and Science: Pathways to Truth (Wesley Ministries Network)
New Resource: DVD class on the intersection of faith and science, hosted by Dr. Francis Collins.
The Vatican Observatory Research Group
The Vatican Observatory, one of the oldest astronomical research institutions in the world, has its headquarters at the papal summer residence in Castel Gandolfo, Italy, outside Rome. Its dependent research center, the Vatican Observatory Research Group, is hosted by Steward Observatory at the University of Arizona, Tucson, USA.
Zygon Center on Religion and Science (ZCRS)
The Zygon Center for Religion and Science is a partnership program of the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago and the Center for Advanced Study in Religion and Science. It is dedicated to relating religious traditions and the best scientific knowledge in order to gain insight into the origins, nature, and destiny of humans and their environment, and to realize the common goal of a world in which love, justice, and responsible patterns of living prevail.
Publications by other organizations
Metanexus The Global Spiral
Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith
Science and Christian Belief
Science and Spirit: Exploring Things that Matter
Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science