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A short course of lectures
«The Big Questions in Science and Religion»

God and the Possibility of Multiple Space/TimesThe Biblical Story As the Origin of the Scientific OutlookHas Science Made Belief in God Obsolete?Morality and SociobiologySome Facts That Are Not Scientific— The Case of HistoryIntelligent DesignCreation and CreationismThe Resurrection of Jesus as a Paradigmatic MiracleThe Worlds of Science and of Common SenseQuantum Theory and the Laws of NatureComputers and Artificial IntelligenceIndian Religious Traditions and Spiritual CausalityGod and the MultiverseReligious Attitudes about the End of the UniverseReligion and Morality in the Semitic TraditionsThe Origins of Religion and Spiritual SensibilityCan Science Provide a Wholly Naturalistic Explanation for Moral and Religious Beliefs?Temporal Flow and FreedomProcess Philosophy and the Creative Temporality of GodThe End of the Closed Causal Web?Is There a Firm and Unalterable Experience That Establishes Absolute Laws of Nature?Post-Enlightenment ReligionThe German Idealist Roots of Evolutionary ThoughtMathematical Models and What Reality Is LikeSuffering and Randomness in EvolutionReality and AppearanceCan We Ever Trust Testimony to the Occurrence of a Miracle?Flowing Time and Block TimeHow Will the Universe End?What Can an Omnipotent Being Do?The Primacy of ConsciousnessSome Problems with the MultiverseOther Eastern Analyses of the Human PersonScience and the Humanities and Social SciencesFrom Consciousness to a Physical UniverseTop-Down CausalityTruth in ArtThe Development of Philosophical Views of Space and TimeReligious Experience in Indian TraditionsAre Quests for Ultimate Explanation Properly Scientific?The Development of Theism in Hebrew ThoughtIndian Religious Stories of the Origin of All ThingsThe Spectrum of Religious Claims about the Origin of the UniverseDoes Science Allow for Revelation and Divine Action?Providence and HistoryWhat Is the Nature of Space and Time?The Discovery of the Laws of NatureScience and the End of ReductionismThree Scientific Views of the End of the UniverseThe Self-Unfolding Nature of an Evolutionary CosmosFine-tuning ArgumentsMust All Facts Be Publicly Observable?Semitic Ideas of the SoulRevelation As a Form of Divine ActionFacts about Human Motives and GoalsProcess PhilosophyDiffering Interpretations of ExperienceTheism, Idealism, and Arguments for GodEvolution and TranshumanismPossible Religious Goals of an Evolutionary UniverseTwo Ancient Stories of the Origin of All ThingsBuddhism and the Human PersonThe Classical View of God as Spaceless and TimelessThe Difference Religious Belief Makes to MoralityReductionism and the Reaction against DescartesDegeneration or Progress in History?Miracles in Different Religious ContextsReligious Experience in the Semitic TraditionsReligious Views That Place the Goal of Life beyond the UniverseSpace and Time in Traditional Religious ThoughtMoral and Religious ExperienceReligious and Scientific CosmologiesQuantum Physics and ConsciousnessThe Theistic Hope for a New CreationOriginal Sin and EvolutionThe Goal of the Far-Future UniverseAre There Causes outside the Domain of Science?Theistic EvolutionWhy Improbable Events Probably OccurIs Time an Illusion?Do the Laws of Nature Exclude Miracles?Basic PerspectivesThe Mechanisms of EvolutionIs Evolution Compatible with Creation?Modern Religious Views about the End of the UniverseIs Science the Only Sure Path to Truth?Empirical Surveys of Religious ExperienceReligion and Morality in Eastern TraditionsPersonal ExplanationExplaining Altruism GeneticallyAre Miracles Transgressions of the Laws of Nature?Religious and Scientific Views of the PersonHow Did the Universe Begin? Science and Arguments for GodHume's Argument That Miracles Are Absolutely ImpossibleReligion between the Sciences and the Humanities and Social SciencesThe God HypothesisPsychology and Religious ExperienceThe Possibility of Particular Divine Acts in the WorldThe Idea of NecessityA More Subtle Form of Duality in NeuropsychologyIs Science Value-Free?The Double-Aspect Theory of Brain and ConsciousnessThe Importance of Experience in ReligionThe "Three-Age" View of Human Intellectual HistoryThe Possibility of Religious Explanations of the UniverseThe Causal Efficacy of Conscious StatesThe Spectrum of Religious Views of the Human PersonNontheistic Developments in ReligionThe Scientific Search for a Final TheoryMiracles in the World ReligionsUltimate Pessimism and Ultimate Optimism in Scientific CosmologyThe Relation of Religious and Scientific Claims about the End of the UniverseNegative and Positive Views of TimeThree Problems with the Biblical StoryThe "Indifference" of Evolutionary LawsMiracles as Extraordinary Manifestations of Spiritual PowerGod, Necessity, and the Problem of EvilIs It Still Possible to Speak of the Soul?Value, Faith, and ScienceWhole—Part CausationCan God Be an Ultimate Explanation?
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