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THE PHENOMENON OF RELIGION (DEFINITIONS, DESCRIPTIONS, ETC),

AND THE STUDY OF RELIGION


Albanese, Catherine L. America: Religion and Religions. 3rd ed. Belmont: CA: Wadsworth, 1998.


Allbee, Richard A. “Major World Religions Select Annotated Bibliography”. 2004. Located at www.worldvieweyes.org/strauss-docs.html.


Banton, Michael. Ed. Anthropological Approaches to the Study of Religion. ASA Monographs 3. London: Tavistock Publ, 1966.


Spiro, Melford. “Religion: Problems of Definition and Explanation”, pp. 85-126.


Batson, C. Daniel, P. Schoenrade, and W. Ventis. Religion and the Individual: A Social-Psychological Perspective. N.Y.: Oxford, 1993.


“Toward a Social Psychology of Religion”, pp. 3-22.


Berger, Peter L. “Chapters 1, 2, and 6”, in his The Heretical Imperative: Contemporary Possibilities of Religious Affirmation. London: Collins, 1980.


_________. The Sacred Canopy: Elements of A Sociological Theory of Religion. New York: Anchor Books, 1967, 1990.


_________. “Some Second Thoughts on Substantive vs. Functional Definitions of Religion.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 13 (June 1974): 125-133.


Cassirer, Ernst. An Essay on Man. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1944.


Diener, M.; Friedrichs, K.; Ehrhard, F.; and Fischer-Schreiber, I. Encyclopedia of Eastern Philosophy and Religion. Verlag, 1989; B & N, 1999.


Dobbelaere, Karel and Jan Lauwers. “Definition of Religion-- A Sociological Critique.” Social Compass 74 (1973): 535-551.


Dudley III, Guilford. Religion on Trial: Mircea Eliade and His Critics. 1977.


Eliade, Mircea and Joseph Kitagawa. The History of Religions: Essays in Methodology. University of Chicago Press, 1959.


Danielou, Jean. “Phenomenology of Religions and Philosophy of Religion”, pp. 67-85.


Eliade, Mircea. “Methodological Remarks on the Study of Religious Symbolism”, pp. 86-107.


Smith, Wilfred Cantwell. “Comparative Religion: Whither and Why?”, pp. 31-58.


Fenn, Richard K, ed. The Blackwell Companion to the Sociology of Religion. Oxford, 2003.


O’Toole, Roger. “Classics in the Sociology of Religion: An Ambiguous Legacy”, pp. 133-160.


Wuthnow, Robert. “Spirituality and Spiritual Practice,” pp. 306-320.


Fowler, James. “William James and the Varieties of Religious Experience”. pp. 166-167 in Pluralism and the Oneness of Religious Experience.


Fox, Michael V. “The Meaning of ‘Hebel’ for Qoheleth.” Journal of Biblical Literature 105 no. 3 (1986): 409-427.


Geertz, Clifford. The Interpretation of Cultures. Harper Torchbooks, 1973.


“Ethos, World View, and the Analysis of Sacred Symbols”. pp. 126-141.


“Religion as a Cultural System”, pp. 87-125.


Geisler, Norman. Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1999.


“Mysticism”, pp. 516-517.


“Worldview”, pp. 785-787.


Gruenler, Royce Gordon. Meaning and Understanding: the Philosophical Framework for Biblical Interpretation. Foundations of Contemporary Interpretation. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1991. (“Meaning”, pp. xiv-xvii, 36-38).


Heibert, Paul. “The Missiological Implications of an Epistemological Shift.” TSF Bulletin 8 no. 5 (1985): 12-18.


Jones, Cheslyn; Wainwright, Geoffrey; and Edward Yarnold, SJ. Eds. The Study of Spirituality. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986.


Lonergan, Bernard. Method in Theology. The Seabury Press, 1972.


“Beliefs”, pp. 41-47.


“Feelings”, pp. 30-34.


“Meaning”, pp. 57-100.


“The Notion of Value”, pp. 34-36.


Moen, Arthur J. “Paradigms, Language Games, and Religious Beliefs.” Christian Scholars Review 9 no. 1 (1979): 17-29.


Momen, Moojan. The Phenomenon of Religion: A Thematic Approach. Oneworld, 1998.


Pike, Kenneth L. Talk, Thought, and Thing: The Emic Road Towards Conscious Knowledge. Dallas: The University of Texas at Arlington Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1993.


“Chapters 5 and 6” (with respects to meaning), pp. 55-76.


Price, H.H. “Belief ‘in’ and Belief ‘That’.” Religious Studies 1 (1965): 1-27.


Reese, William L. Dictionary of Philosophy and Religion: Eastern and Western Thought. Enlarged ed. 1996. New Jersey: Humanities Press, 1996.


“Faith (and Reason)” pp. 222-223.


“Meaning”, pp. 465-466.


“Meditation”, pp. 468-469.


“Mysticism”, pp. 501-503.


“Religion”, pp. 647-648.


Runzo, Joseph; and N. Martin. Eds. Love, Sex and Gender in the World Religions. 2000.


Lipner, Julius J. “The God of Love and the Love of God in Christian and Hindu Traditions, pp. 51-87.


Martin, Nancy M. “Love and Longing in Devotional Hinduism,” pp. 203-219.


Runzo, Joseph; and Nancy M. Martin. Eds. The Meaning of Life in the World Religions. Oneworld, 2000.


Berthrong, John. “Confucianism: How to Serve the Spirits and the Gods,” pp. 163-178.


Smart, Ninian. “The Nature of Religion: Multiple Dimensions of Meaning,” pp. 31-46.


Ward, Keith. “Religion and the Question of Meaning,” pp. 11-30.


Sharpe, Eric. Understanding Religion. London: Duckworth, 1983.


Sherkat, Darren E; and Christopher G. Ellison. “Recent Developments and Current Controversies in the Sociology of Religion.” Annual Review of Sociology 25 (1999): 363-394.


Thiselton, Anthony C. New Horizons in Hermeneutics. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1992. (“Meaning”, pp. 13, 36-38).


Trigg, Roger. Understanding Social Science: A Philosophical Introduction. 2nd ed. Blackwell Publishers, 2001. (Meaning, pp. 26, 42).


Vanhoozer, Kevin J. Is There a Meaning in This Text? Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1998. (“Meaning”, passim, esp. pp. 27-28, 47, 60, 74-79, 218-228, 416-421).


Vrijhof, Pieter H. and Jacques Waardenburg. Eds. Official and Popular Religion: Analysis of a Theme for Religious Studies. Religion and Society 19. The Hague: Mouton, 1979.


Baal, J. Van. “The Role of Truth and Meaning in Changing Religious Systems”, pp. 607-628.

Kamstra, J. H. “The Complexity of Japanese Religion”, pp. 427-461. 1979.

Kloppenborg, M.A.G.T. “Some Reflections on the Study of Sinhalese Buddhism”, pp. 487-513.


Platvoet, J.G. “The Akan Believer and His Religions”, pp. 543-606. 1979.

Ransdorp, R. “Official and Popular Religion in the Chinese Empire”, pp. 387-426.


Vrijhof, P.H. “Conclusion”, pp. 668-699.


Waardenburg, J.D.J. “Official and Popular Religion as a Problem in Islamic Studies”, pp. 340-386.


Waardenburg, J.D.J. “Summaries and Conclusions”, pp. 631-667.


Wach, Joachim. The Comparative Study of Religions. Columbia University Press, 1958.


RELIGIOUS PLURALISM, CROSS CULTURAL PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION, AND RELATIVISM


Allbee, Rick. “Epistemology, Hermeneutics, and Character Development: A Brief Essay on the Importance of Hermeneutics.” A Journal for Christian Studies 12 (1993): 83-92. Also at http://worldvieweyes.org/strauss-docs.html.


Brown, Donald E. Human Universals. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University, 1991.


Cassirer, Ernst. An Essay on Man. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1972.


Cotterell, Peter and Max Turner. “Universals in Linguistics”, pp. 19-25 in their Linguistics and Biblical Interpretation. IVP, 1989.


Dean, Thomas. Ed. Religious Pluralism and Truth: Essays on Cross-Cultural Philosophy of Religion. SUNY Studies in Religious Studies. N.Y. State University of New York Press, 1995.


Hesslegrave, David J. Communicating Christ Cross-Culturally. 2nd Rev ed. 1995.


Hollis, M. and Steven Lukes. Eds. Rationality and Relativism. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1982.


Jaki, Stanely. “The Absolute Beneath the Relative: Reflections on Einstein’s Theories,” The Intercollegiate Review (Spring 1985) 29-38.


Karkkainen, Veli-Matti. An Introduction to the Theology of Religions: Biblical, Historical, and Contemporary Perspectives. Inter Varsity Press, 2003.


Koyama, Kosuke. “Interplay with Other Religions”, pp. 554-561 in Jones, Cheslyn; Wainwright, Geoffrey; and Edward Yarnold, SJ. Eds. The Study of Spirituality. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986.


Kordig, C. “Self-Reference and Philosophy”. American Philosophical Quarterly 20 (1983): 207-16.


Lucas, J.R. “Minds, Machines, and Gödel.” Philosophy 36 (1961): 112-127.


Krausz, Michael. Ed. Relativism: Interpretation, and Confrontation. University of Notre Dame Press, 1989.


Larson, Gerald James and Eliot Deutsch. Eds. Interpreting Across Boundaries: New Essays in Comparative Philosophy. Princeton University Press, 1988.


Nagel, Ernest and Newroan, James. “Gödel’s Proof,” Scientific American 194 (6): 71-86.


Naugle, David K. Worldview: The History of a Concept. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2002.


Netland, Harold. “Evaluating Truth Claims Across Boundaries”, pp. 71-92 in Kennard, Douglas W. Ed. The Relationship Between Epistemology, Hermeneutics, Biblical Theology, and Contextualization: Understanding Truth. The Edwin Mellen Press, 1999.


Ogawa, Tadashi, & Smith, Barry. (Eds.). Cultural Universals. The Monist 78.1 (1995).


Okasha, Samir. “Realism and Anti-Realism”, pp. 58-76 in his Philosophy of Science: A Very Short Introduction. OUP, 2002.


Pike, Kenneth L. Talk, Thought, and Thing: The Emic Road Towards Conscious Knowledge. Dallas: The University of Texas at Arlington Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1993.


Polayni, Michael. “Life’s Irreducible Structure.” Science 160: 1308-1312.


Polkinghorne, John. “Critical Realism in Science and Religion”, pp.101-130 in his, Belief in God in an Age of Science. Yale, 1999.


Suppe, Frederick. “Towards a Metaphysical and Epistemological Realism,” in The Structure of Scientific Theories (ed Frederick Suppe; 2nd ed. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1977) 716-728.


Tambiah, Stanley. Magic, Science, Religion, and the Scope of Rationality. Cambridge University Press, 1990.


SACRED RELIGIOUS PRACTICES:

LITURGY, RITUAL, SPIRITUALITY, WORSHIP, ETC


Barfield, Thomas. Ed. The Dictionary of Anthropology. Oxford: Blackwell, 1998.


“Ritual”, pp. 410-412.


Fenn, Richard K, ed. The Blackwell Companion to the Sociology of Religion. Oxford, 2003.


Bell, Catherine. “Acting Ritually: Evidence from the Social Life of Chinese Rites,” pp. 371-387.


Wuthnow, Robert. “Spirituality and Spiritual Practice,” pp. 306-320.


Glasse, Cyril. Ed. New Encyclopedia of Islam: A Revised Edition of the Concise Encyclopedia of Islam. AltaMira Press, 2001.


“‘Salat’, Ritual Prayer”.


Goodman, Felicitas D. “Visions”, pp. 280-288 in Eliade, Mircea. Ed. The Encyclopedia of Religion. 16 vols in 8 books. N.Y.: Simon & Schuster Macmillan, 1986, 1995.


Jones, Cheslyn; Wainwright, Geoffrey; and Edward Yarnold, SJ. Eds. The Study of Spirituality. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986.


Bryant, Christopher. “The Nature of Spiritual Development”, pp. 565-567.


Jones, C.P.M. “Liturgy and Personal Devotion”, pp. 3-8.


________. “Mysticism, Human and Divine”, pp. 17-23.


Yarnold, Edward. “Media of Spirituality”, pp. 39-44.


Jones, Cheslyn; Wainwright, Geoffrey; Yarnold SJ, Edward; and Paul Bradshaw. Eds. The Study of Liturgy. Rev ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992.


Crichton, J. D. “A Theology of Worship”, pp. 3-30.


Gelineau SJ, J. “Music and Singing in the Liturgy”, pp. 493-506.


Noakes, K. W. “Initiation: New Testament Times”, pp. 112-126.


Searle, Mark. “Ritual”, pp. 51-60.


Wainwright, Geoffrey. “The Language of Worship”, pp. 519-527.


Wybrew, Hugh. “Ceremonial”, pp. 485-492.


McGrath, Alister E. Ed. The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Modern Christian Thought. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 1993.


“Religion, Theories of”, pp. 547-553


“Sacramental Theology”, pp. 581-587.


Wilkins, Michael J. Following the Master (Discipleship). Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1992.


TYPES OF RELIGIOUS “ORIENTATION”:

EVANGELICALISM, FUNDAMENTALISM, LIBERALISM, AND CULTS


Akhtar, Shabbir. “The Virtues of Fundamentalism.” Scottish Journal of Religious Studies 10 (1989): 41-49.


Caplan, Lionel. Ed. Studies in Religious Fundamentalism. Macmillan, 1987.


Caplan, Lionel. “Introduction”, pp. 1-24.


Bruce, Steve. “The Moral Majority: The Politics of Fundamentalism in Secular Society”, pp. 156-176.


Marty, Martin and Scott Appleby. Fundamentalism Observed. University of Chicago, 1991.


Martin, and Appleby. “Conclusion: An Interim Report on a Hypothetical Family”, pp. 814-842.


Robbins, Thomas. Civil Liberties & Brainwashing: An Annotated Bibliography. 1981.


Shepard, William E. “Fundamentalism: Christian and Islamic.” Religion 17 (1987): 355-378.


_______. “Islam and Ideology: Towards a Typology.” International Journal of Middle East Studies 19 (1987): 307-336.


Strauss, James D. “What is a Cult?” Located at www.worldvieweyes.org/strauss-docs.html.


Wallis, Roy. “Ideology, Authority & the Development of Cultic Movements”. Social Research 41 (1974): 299-327.


RELIGION AND CULTURE

(ART, POP CULTURE , AND RESPONSES TO MODERNISM AND POSTMODERNISM)


RELIGION AND CULTURE (ART)


Apostolos-Cappadona, Diane. Ed. Art, Creativity, and the Sacred: An Anthology in Religion and Art. Rev ed. Continuum International ,1995.


Cohen, Richard. “Jewish Icons”. pp. 205-210.


Davis, Richard H. “Lives From Indian Images”. pp. 176-192.


Eck, Diana L. “Darshan”. pp. 171-175.


Stier, Oren Baruch. “Holocaust Icons, Holocaust Idols”. pp. 116-223.


Arthurs, Alberta, and Glenn Wallach. Eds. Crossroads: Art and Religion in American Life. New Press, 2001.


Wills, G. “Religion and the Arts”, pp. xi-xvii.


Arthurs, A. “Afterward”, and “Further Reading Bibliography, pp. 263-284.


Cobb, Peter G. “The Architectural Setting of the Liturgy”, pp. 528-541 in Jones, Cheslyn; Wainwright, Geoffrey; Yarnold SJ, Edward; and Paul Bradshaw. Eds. The Study of Liturgy. Rev ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992.


Cornack, Robin. Byzantine Art. Oxford History of Art. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.


Dallal, Ahmad “Art and Architecture: Themes and Variations”, in The Oxford History of Islam. Ed. by John Esposito. Oxford University Press, 1999.


Eckart, Philbrick, and Romberg. Eds. Faith: The Impact of Judeo-Christian Religion on the Art at the Millennium. The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, 2000.


Elgood, Heather. Hinduism and the Religious Arts. Religion and the Arts. Cassell, 1999.


Fleming, William. Art and Ideas. 9th ed. Harcourt and Brace, 1990.


Garvin, Harry Raphael. Ed. Literature, Arts and Religion. Bucknell Review Series, #26 Bucknell University Press, 1982.


Hackett, Rosalind. Art and Religion in Africa. Religion and the Arts Series. Continuum Publishing Group, 1998.


Hackett, R. “Introduction”; “Creation, Creativity, and Agency”; “Envisioning, and (Re)presenting, the Spirit World”; “Shrines, as Ritual, and Aesthetic Space”.


LaTour, Bruno, and Peter Weibel. Eds. Iconoclash: Beyond the Image Wars in Science, Religion, and Art. MIT Press, 2002.


Clement, J. “The Empty Niche of the Bamiyan Buddah”. pp. 218-220.


Frodon, J. “The War of Images or the Bamiyan Paradox”. pp. 221-223.


Koerner, Joseph. “The Icon as Iconoclash”. pp. 164-213.


LaTour, B. “What is Iconoclash?”. pp. 14-38.


Lucas, Catherine. “The Hidden Imam”. pp. 224-226.


Mealy, Norman; and Judith Rock. Music, Dance and Religion: The Performing Arts in Worship. Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference, 1985.


Mitter, Partha. Indian Art. Oxford History of Art. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.


Moore, Albert C. Arts in Religions of the Pacific: Symbols of Life. Books International, 1995.


“Introduction: The Pacific- Understanding its Religions and Arts”, pp. 1-29.


“Bibliography and Further Reading”, pp. 196-212.


Plate, S. Brent. Eds. Religion, Art, and Visual Culture: A Cross-Cultural Reader. Palgrave Global Publishing, 2002.


Miles, Margaret. “Image”. pp. 62-66.


Nasr, S.H. “Spiritual Message of Islamic Calligraphy”. pp. 112-117.


Pilgrim, R.B. “Buddhism Art”. pp. 134-139.


Plate, S. “Introduction”. pp. 1-18; “Icon”. pp. 53-61; “Islam Calligraphy”. pp. 89-111; “Darshan: Seeing the Hindu Divine Image”. pp. 161-171.


Shinjin. “Zen Garden”. pp. 125-133.


Yuasa, Y. “Ki Energy”. pp. 140-144.


Winfield, P. “Japanese Zen Garden”. pp. 145-152.


Ridley, Michael. Art of World Religions: Buddhism. The Art of the World Religions. Asia Book Corporation of America, 1978.


Sekules, Veronica. Medieval Art. Oxford History of Art. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.


Sennet, Herbert. Religion and Dramatics: The Relationship between Christianity and the Theater Arts. N.Y.: University Press of America, 1994.


Stalley, Roger. Early Medieval Architecture. Oxford History of Art. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999.


RELIGION AND CULTURE (POP CULTURE)


Abanes, Richard. Harry Potter and the Bible: The Menace Behind the Magick. Horizons Books, 2001.


Dickerson, Matthew. Following Gandalf: Epic Battles and Moral Victory in the Lord of the Rings. Grand Rapids: Brazos Press, 2003.


Godawa, Brian. Hollywood Worldviews: Watching Films With Wisdom & Discernment. IVP, 2002.


Mazur, Eric M. and Kate McCarthy. God in the Details: American Religion in Popular Culture. New York: Rouutledge, 2001.


“Introductions”.


Dalton, Lisle; et. al. “Homer the Heretic and Charlie Church: Parody, Piety, and Pluralism in The Simpsons”. pp. 231-247.


Medved, Michael. Hollywood vs. America: Popular Culture and the War Against Traditional Values. Harper Collins, 1993.


Pinsky, by Mark I. The Gospel According to The Simpsons: The Spiritual Life of the World's Most Animated Family. Westminster John Knox Press, 2001.


Postman, Neil. Amusing Ourselves to Death. 1985.


Romanowski, William D. Eyes Wide Open: Looking for God in Popular Culture. Brazos Press, 2001.


Schultze; Quentin; Anker; et. al. Dancing in the Dark: Youth, Popular Culture and the Electronic Media. Eerdmans, 1991.


RELIGION AND CULTURE (MODERNITY AND POST-MODERNITY)


Hunter, James. D. Culture Wars: The Struggle to Define America. 1992.


McCallum, Dennis. Ed. The Death of Truth: Responding to Multiculturalism, the Rejection of Reason, and the New Postmodern Diversity. Bethany House, 1996.


Smith, Huston. “Postmodernism’s Impact on the Study of Religion.” Journal of the American Academy of Religion 58 (1990): 653-670.


RELIGION AND SOCIETY (ETHICS, GENDER, SCIENCE, AND SOCIETY )


RELIGION AND SOCIETY (ETHICS)


Abdullahj Ahmed An-Na’im; J.D.Gort; H. Vroom; H. Jansen. Eds. Human Rights and Religious Values. Currents of Encounter Series, vol 8. Eerdmans, 1994.


Allbee, Richard. The Commandment to Love Your Neighbor as Yourself and the Biblical Social Moral Laws. LCS: Thesis,1991.


Boyd, George N. “Schleirmacher’s ‘Uber Den Unterschied Zwischen Naturgesetz Und Sittengesetz”; Natural Law (Being) and Moral Law.” Journal of Religious Ethics 17.2 (1989): 41-49.


Byrne, Peter. The Philosophical and Theological Foundation of Ethics: An Introduction to Moral Theory and its Relation to Religious Belief. 2nd ed. London: St. Martin’s Press, 1999.


Conn, Walter. “Moral Development: Is Conversion Necessary?”, pp. 307-342 in Creativity and Method: Essays in Honor of Bernard Lonergan. Ed. by Matthew Lamb. Marquette University Press, 1981.


Graber, Glenn C. “In Defense of a Divine Command Theory of Ethics.” Journal of the American Academy of Religion 43 (1975): 62-69.


Gustafson, James. “Religion and Morality From the Perspective of Theology”, pp. 125-154 in Religion and Morality. Ed by Gene Outka. 1976.


Edwards, Jo and Martin Palmer. Holy Ground: A Guide to Faith and Ecology. Pilkington Press, 1977.


Ferguson, John. War and Peace in the World’s Religions. London: Sheldon Press, 1977.


Frankena, William. “Is Morality Logically Dependent On Religion”, pp. 295-317 in Religion and Morality. Ed by Gene Outka. 1976.


King, Winston. Zen and the Way of the Sword: Arming the Samurai Psyche. Oxford, 1993.

Lonergan, Bernard. Method in Theology. The Seabury Press, 1972.


“Method: The Basic Pattern of Operations”, pp. 6-13.


McGrath, Alister E. Ed. The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Modern Christian Thought. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 1993.


“Natural Law”, pp. 398-402.


Mott, Stephen. “Biblical Faith and the Reality of Social Evil.” Christian Scholars Review 9 (1980): 225-240.


Parrinder, Geoffrey. Sexual Morality in the World’s Religions. Oneworld, 1995.


Runzo, Joseph; and Nancy Martin. Eds. Ethics in The World Religions. Oneworld, 2001.


Kassam, Zayn. “Islamic Ethics and Gender Issues,” pp. 115-134.


Narayanan, Vasudha. “Hindu Ethics and Dharma,” pp. 177-195.


Runzo, Joseph. “Being Religious and Doing Ethics in A Global World,” pp. 19-37.


Runzo, Joseph; Nancy M. Martin and Arvind Sharma. Eds. Human Rights and Responsibilities in the World Religions. Oneworld, 2002.


Runzo, Joseph; and Nancy Martin. Eds. Love, Sex & Gender in the World Religions. Oneworld, 2000.


Lipner, Julius. “The God of Love and the Love of God in Christian and Hindu Traditions”. pp. 51-87.


Rouner, Leroy S. Ed. Human Rights and the World’s Religions. Boston University Studies in Philosophy and Religion, 9. Notre Dame Press, 1988.


Schrader, George A. “Autonomy, Heteronomy, and Moral Imperatives.” The Journal of Philosophy 60 (Jan 31, 1963): 65-77.


Tucker, Mary E. and John A Grim. Eds. Worldviews and Ecology. Bucknell Review, vol 37 no. 2. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1993.


RELIGION AND SOCIETY (GENDER)


King, Ursula. Ed. Women in the World’s Religion: Past and Present. Paragon House, 1987.


Bancroft, Anne. “Women in Buddhism”. pp. 81-104.


Mbon, Friday M. “Women in African Traditional Religions”. pp. 7-23.


Swartley, Willard. Slavery, Sabbath, War, and Women. Herald Press, 1982.


RELIGION AND SOCIETY (SCIENCE)


Bube, Richard. Putting it All Together: Seven Patterns for Relating Science and the Christian Faith (N.Y.: University Press of America, 1995.


Craig, William; and Steve Cowan. Eds. Five Views on Apologetics. Counterpoints Series. Grand Rapids: Zondervan. 1996.


Ferre, Frederick. “Mapping the Logic of Models in Science and Theology.” The Christian Scholar 46 (1963): 9-39.


Geisler, Norman. Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1999.


“Apologetics, Types of”, 41-44.


“Creation, Views of”, pp. 172-177.


“Darwin, Charles”, pp. 181-186.


“Evolution, Evolution Biological”, pp. 224-228.


Jaki, Stanely. “The Absolute Beneath the Relative: Reflections on Einstein’s Theories.” The Intercollegiate Review (Spring 1985): 29-38.


________. The Savior of Science. Rev. ed. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2000.


Jones, Richard H. Mysticism and Science: Against Needham on Taoism” Journal of Chinese Philosophy 8 (1981): 245-266.


________. Science and Mysticism: A Comparative Study of Western Natural Science, Theravada Buddhism, & Advaita Vedanta. Buchnell University, 1986.


Kelly, Kevin. “Deep Evolution: The Emergence of Post-Darwinism.” Whole Earth Review (Fall 1992): 4-20.


Leslie, John. “Modern Cosmology and the Creation of Life,” in Evolution and Creation (ed. Ernan McMullin; Notre Dame, 1985) 91-120.


Lucas, Ernest C. “God, GUTs and Gurus: the New Physics and New Age Ideology.” Themelios 16 no. 3 (1991): 4-7.


McGrath, Alister. Science and Religion: An Introduction. Basil Blackwell, 1999.


Polayni, Michael. “Life’s Irreducible Structure.” Science 160: 1308-1312.


Polkinghorne, John. Belief in God in an Age of Science. Yale, 1999.


Strauss, James D. “Science and the Philosophy of Science”. (www.worldvieweyes.org/strauss-docs.html).


Wright, Richard T. Biology Through the Eyes of Faith. Rev and Expanded ed. 2003.


RELIGION AND SOCIETY (SOCIETY)


Moberg, David. The Church as a Social Institution. 2nd ed. 1984.


Wainwright, Geofrey. “Types of Spirituality”, pp. 592-605 in The Study of Spirituality. Ed by Jones and Yarnold. Oxford, 1986.


James D. Strauss

Adapted From Rick Allbee’s

“Understanding Religion: A Select Bibliography, 2004”

Heartland Community College


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