Science and religion

  • Artigas, M. Philosophy of nature(Pamplona: Eunsa, 1998), chapter XI, section 33 ("Naturaleza y Dios"), pp. 307-320.

  • Artigas, M. The intelligibility of nature(Pamplona: Eunsa, 1995), chapter VI ("Nature and transcendence"), pp. 375-446.

  • Artigas, M. The mind of the universe(Pamplona: Eunsa, 2000), chapter 8 ("The meaning of scientific progress"), pp. 401-454.

  • Artigas, M. Science, reason and faith5th ed. (Madrid: Palabra, 1992). Updated edition: Artigas, M. Ciencia, razón y fe. 2nd ed. (Barañáin: Eunsa, 2011). 200 p. ISBN: 9788431328160.

  • Artigas, M. Science and faith: new perspectives (Pamplona: Eunsa, 1992).

  • Giberson, K. and Artigas, M. Oracles of science: celebrity scientists versus God and religion. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2007. 273 p.

  • Jaki, S.L. Science, Faith, Culture (Madrid: Palabra, 1990).

  • Jaki, S.L.; Sánchez del Río, C.; Janik , J.A.; Gonzalo, J.A. and Artigas, M. Physics and religion in perspective (Madrid: Rialp, 1991).

  • Jaki, S. L. Science and Creation: From Eternal Cycles to an Oscillating Universe(New York: Science History Publications, 1986).

  • Jaki, S. L. The Road of Science and the Ways to God(Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1985).

  • Lindberg, D. C. The beginnings of Western science (Barcelona: Paidós, 2002).

  • Shea, W. R. and Artigas, M. Galileo in Rome. Chronicle of 500 days (Madrid: Ediciones meeting, 2002).

  • Shea, W. R. and Artigas, M. The Galileo case: myth and reality. Madrid: meeting, 2009. 399 p.

In the Dizionario interdisciplinare di Scienza e Fede(Rome: Urbaniana University Press and Città Nuova, 2002), you will find the following entries, which cover a fairly complete overview of topic, and where you will find an extensive bibliography:

  • Atheism (pp. 133-152), by G. Mura

  • Autonomia (pp. 153-168), by G. Tanzella-Nitti (available on line)

  • Concordism (pp. 266-275), by T. Magnin

  • Dialogo scienze-teologia, metodo e modelli (pp. 382-395), by R. J. Russell (available on line)

  • Dio (pp. 404-424), by G. Tanzella-Nitti (available on line)

  • Fede (pp. 607-624), by F. Ardusso

  • Fideism (pp. 642-651), by P. Poupard

  • Miracolo (pp. 958-978), by G. Tanzella-Nitti

  • Pontificia Accademia delle Scienze (pp. 1084-1092), by M. Sánchez Sorondo

  • Scienza, origini cristiane (pp. 1262-1272), by P. E. Hodgson

  • Scienze naturali, utilizzo in teologia (pp. 1273-1288), by G. Tanzella-Nitti (available on line)

  • Specola Vaticana (pp. 1323-1329), by G. V. Coyne

  • Theologia (pp. 1374-1385), by B. Mondin

  • Umanesimo scientifico (pp. 1398-1409), by E. Cantore

  • Unità del sapere (pp. 1410-1431), by G. Tanzella-Nitti (available on line)

There are also voices on authors related to topic: Bruno, Darwin, Duhem, Einstein, Galilei, Kepler, Lemaître, Maxwell, Mendel, Newman, Newton, Pascal, Planck, Polanyi, Popper, Russell, Wittgenstein.

An English version of some of the entries of the "Interdisciplinary Encyclopaedia of Religion and Science" (originally in Italian) are available at