Antje Jackelén, Christina Aus der Au, Willem B. Drees, Ted Peters, Jan-Olav Henriksen, Markus Mühling, Celia Deane-Drummond, Agustín Fuentes (Ed.)
Religion, Theologie und Naturwissenschaft / Religion, Theology, and Natural Science(RThN).
The relationship between religion and science is among the most important issues of today’s ideological debates. New discoveries in physics, astrophysics, biology and brain research keep calling for a reconsideration of the relationship of science and belief.
The series RThN (Religion, Theology, and Natural Science) offers up-to-date contributions from leading international authors. All relevant disciplines are included, especially Christian theology, history of science, religious biography, science of religions, philosophy of science and philosophy of religion.
The books cover basic issues, offer new points of view in dealing with well-known questions, or initiate entirely new fields of research.
The series comprises volumes in German and English as well as translations from other languages. It addresses both European and North American readers. In the years since its establishment, RThN has already made a notable impact in terms of reviews or discussion of the books in public debates, in journals and especially online.