Science and religion; natural theology as a legitimate field of theological reflection, and as a framework for furthering the dialogue between science, religion, and literature; critical realism in science and theology; the theological utility of scientific philosophies of explanation; theological models of engagement with the natural sciences, especially those of T. F. Torrance and Emil Brunner; the application of biological models of evolution to cultural contexts, especially the development of Christian doctrine; the “New Atheism”; “two cultures” issues, especially defending the value of humanities in a scientific culture.
The Great Mystery Science, God and the Human Quest for Meaning
Enriching Our Vision of Reality Theology and the Natural Sciences in Dialogue
Re-Imagining Nature The Promise of a Christian Natural Theology
Inventing the Universe: Why we can't stop talking about science, faith and God