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by Ian G. Barbour

ISBN: 0132226790
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Publisher: Prentice-Hall; Underlining/Highlighting edition (1972)
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Barbour, Ian . ed. Earth Might Be Fair: Reflections on Ethics, Religion, and Ecology. Crossway Books, 1990. The Earth Is the Lord’s: The Bible, Ecology, and Worship. Englewood Cliffs, . Liturgical Press, 1998.

Ethics in an Age of Technology: Gifford Lectures, Volume Two (The Gifford Lectures 1989-1991, Vol 2).

When Science Meets Religion: Enemies, Strangers, or Partners? Ian G. Barbour. Religion and Science (Gifford Lectures Series). Ethics in an Age of Technology: Gifford Lectures, Volume Two (The Gifford Lectures 1989-1991, Vol 2). Ian G.

Ian G. Barbour - the premier scholar in the field - has added three crucial . As a professor of both physics and religion, Barbour's initial books depict the relationships between physical science and religion. Barbour - the premier scholar in the field - has added three crucial historical chapters on physics and metaphysics in the seventeenth century, nature and God in the eighteenth century, and biology and theology in the nineteenth century.

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The Dayton Book Fair is a registered charity and our sales benefit non-profit organizations in our community. Now Ian Barbour has joined ranks with such Gifford lecturers as William James, Carl Jung, and Reinhold Neibuhr. In 1989 Barbour presented his first series of Gifford Lectures, published as Religion in an Age of Science, in which he explored the challenges to religion brought by the methods and theories of contemporary science. Barbour has retired from Carleton College where he was professor of physics, professor of religion, and Bean Professor of Science, Technology, and Society.

Now Ian Barbour has joined ranks with such Gifford lecturers as William James, Carl Jung, and Reinhold Neibuhr. In 1989 Barbour presented his first series of Gifford Lectures, published as Religion in an Age of Science. In 1990 he returned to Scotland to present his second series, dealing with ethical issues arising from technology and exploring the relationship of human and environmental values to science, philosophy, and religion and showing why these values are relevant to technological policy decisions.

Born in Beijing in 1923, Ian Barbour spent his childhood in China, the United States, and England.

Barbour continued to pursue these intertwined themes in his 1989–1991 Gifford Lectures at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, which were published as Religion in an Age of Science (1990) and Ethics in an Age of Technology (1993). Born in Beijing in 1923, Ian Barbour spent his childhood in China, the United States, and England.

Ian G Barbour Robin Gill, 'From Progress to Survival: Changes in Social Ethics', Modern Churchman, Vol. 17, no. 4 (July 1974), pp. 198-210. Barbour, Religion and Science (San Francisco: Harper, 1997), Chapter 4; Jan 2003. Ted Peters, Science, Theology and Ethics (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2003), Chapter 1; From Progress to Survival: Changes in Social Ethics. Robin Gill, 'From Progress to Survival: Changes in Social Ethics', Modern Churchman, Vol. 198-210 (at 201). The Historical Roots of Our Ecologic Crisis.

All of the books focus on the need for an enhanced technological and environmental ethic

Hamilton, Michael (New York: Scribner's, 1970) ; Earth Might Be Fair: Reflections on Ethics, Religion and Ecology, ed. Barbour, Ian (Englewood Cliffs, . Prentice-Hall, 1972). Cobb, John B. J. Is It Too Late? A Theology of Ecology (Beverly Hills, Calif.

Hamilton, Michael (New York: Scribner's, 1970) ; Earth Might Be Fair: Reflections on Ethics, Religion and Ecology, ed. A useful annotated bibliography of relevant theological and other writings will be found in Alpers, Kenneth . Starting Points for an Ecological Theology: A Bibliographical Survey, in Marty, M. E. and Peerman, D. New Theology No. 8 (New York: Macmillan, 1971), 292–312.

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