"The chapters in this exciting book cover an impressive range of issues in the science and religion field in ways that are both very informative and encouragingly readable."
Revd Professor Michael J Reiss, ISSR President, University College London, UK
"This book asks all the right questions, and at a level accessible to the entry-level undergraduate, though also stretching the student into helpful areas of cutting-edge debate. It is well-introduced, and features usefully graded bibliographies and glossaries. I expect to use it extensively in my own teaching."
Christopher Southgate, Associate Professor in Interdisciplinary Theology, University of Exeter, UK
"This notable volume provides a much-needed philosophical perspective on the academic study of science and religion. The authors pack a great deal into this concise and accessible book, which includes useful annotated bibliographies, for students approaching the topic for the first time".
The Revd Dr Andrew Davison, Starbridge Lecturer in Theology and Natural Science, University of Cambridge, UK.