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Index Arabic names beginning with the article ‘‘al-’’ are found under the first significant element; thus, al-Ghazālı̄ is alphabetized as G. Arabic names beginning with Ibn, such as Ibn Rushd, are alphabetized as I. ‘Abduh, Muh .ammad, 132, 144, 147, 149 al-Afghānı̄, Jamāl al-Dı̄n, 131 Agassiz, Louis, 43 agency detection systems, 124 Alexander, Denis, xii, 35 Algazel. See al-Ghazālı̄, under G ancient philosophy. See classical philosophy anthropology, Christian. See imago Dei Aquinas, Thomas, Summa Theologica, 9, 10, 160, 164 Aratus, 55 Aristotle Christianity and, 9–10, 85, 158–59 Islam and, 29, 30, 33, 91, 94, 104, 106 Asad, Talal, 133n4 Ash‘ari school, 31, 105, 132, 149 atheism atomism associated with, 13 Darwinism and, 15, 41, 62, 113–14, 123–24 in Enlightenment period, 14 New Atheism, xii, 38–41 atomism, 13 Augustine of Hippo, xii, 82–83 De Genesi ad Litteram/The Literal Meaning of Genesis, 42–43, 77–80, 83, 86–87 179 rationes seminales (seedlike principles or seminal reasons), theory of, 8, 87 against scientific absurdities in religious argument, 8, 173 selective approach of, 8–9 autobiography of Charles Darwin (1887), 114–19, 124, 125, 130 Averroes. See Ibn Rushd Avicenna. See Ibn Sı̄nā Bacon, Francis, 10, 11 Bacon, Roger, 9 Bakar, Osman, xiii, 102 Bartholomew I, patriarch of Constantinople , joint statement of John Paul II and (2002), 172n2 Basil of Caesaraea, xii, 8, 74–75, 82–84, 86 Beagle, Darwin on voyage of, 112, 114, 121 Benedict XVI (pope), 168 Berger, Peter, 35, 39 biblical texts, xii, 49–65 Acts 17:24–29, 50, 55 Colossians 1:9–10, 15–23, 50–51, 53, 55–57 1 Corinthians in Fides et ratio (1998), 168 180  index biblical texts (continued) 2 Corinthians 5:19, 154 Daniel 7:10, 61 Deuteronomy 8:3, 165–66 Ecclesiastes 3:18–22, 52, 57 11:5–6, 52, 57–58 Ephesians 1:2, 152 1:10, 158 epistemological focus of, 53–58 Genesis. See also Genesis 1, account of creation in 2, 60, 63 6:11–13, 56 9:21, 56 ancient Near Eastern cosmologies, accommodation of, 53–54, 59–60, 63, 159 De Genesi ad Litteram/The Literal Meaning of Genesis (Augustine), 42–43, 77–80, 86–87 Ecclesiastes referring back to, 57, 58 in Fides et ratio (1998), 168 Hebrews 4:29, 57 John, Gospel of 17:20, 154 life as divine light in, 165 1 John 1:3–4, 158 1 Kings 4:29–31, 52, 57 5:9, 57 Luke 10:18, 56 Matthew 4:4, 166 Proverbs, in Fides et ratio (1998), 167 Psalms 19:1–4a, 49, 53–54, 56 29, 56 96, 56 98, 56 148, 56 questions for further reflection, 58 Romans 1:18–23, 50, 54 translations of, xiv, 65n2 ‘‘two books’’ analogy (Bible and book of nature), 11 Wisdom 13:1–5, 49–50, 54, 57, 58n2 in Fides et ratio (1998), 167 ‘‘Big Bang’’ theory, 139, 159 al-Bı̄rūný, Abū Rayh .ān, xii, 28–29, 104 Boyle, Robert, 13 British Association meeting, Oxford (1860), 16, 123 Brooke, John Hedley, xi, xiii, 7, 37, 120, 148 Bucaille, Maurice, 150n9 Büchner, Ludwig, 129 Buffon, Georges, 15 Building Bridges seminars, xi, 1–3 Bush, George W., 39 Button, Jemmy (Fuegian), 112, 121 Calvin, John, 10 Carey, George, 1 Caritas in veritate (2009), 168 causation, principle of as common heritage of religious metaphysics , 173 Darwin on, 119, 125, 130–32 in Islamic thought, 30, 95–100, 106–9, 130–32 Chattelux, M., 14 Christian tradition, science and religion in, xi, 7–21 Aristotle, intellectual challenge of, 9–10, 85, 158–59 biblical texts. See biblical texts index  181 classical texts of early church fathers. See classical Christian texts conflict model of, 7 Darwin and Darwinism. See under Darwin, Charles, and Darwinism diversity and multiplicity of relationships , xi, 7–8, 81–83 early evolutionary theories, 15 in Enlightenment period, 14–15, 149, 176 experimental or empirical methodology , defense of, 10, 18n14 ‘‘faith seeking understanding,’’ 82, 158 history of science, role of Christianity in, 3, 7, 12, 14 millenarianism and science-based utopias, 11 modern texts. See John Paul II natural theology, 13, 14, 120, 122, 124, 130, 132 Reformation and Counter-Reformation , 10–12 Roman Catholic Church and science, 12, 162–66 seventeenth century, scientific revolution of, 12–14 Christians in Science, 43 Clapsis, Emmanuel, xii, 81 classical Christian texts, xii–xiii, 8–10, 74...


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  • Religion and science -- Congresses.
  • Christianity -- Doctrines -- Congresses.
  • Islam -- Doctrines -- Congresses.
  • Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. -- Congresses.
  • Koran -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. -- Congresses.
  • Christianity and other religions -- Islam -- Congresses.
  • Islam -- Relations -- Christianity -- Congresses.
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