> Ah! seconding Paul's suggestiong, reading list would be most
> welcome for some of us relatively new kids on the block! A
> reading list of essentials on the historical and current
> perspectives on the interaction of Theology and Science. ASA
> may consider to do something like that. I for one would
> find it most helpful and would greatly appreciate it.
The ASA publishes a sourcebook entitled "Contemporary Issues in Science &
Faith: An Annotated Bibliography." The last edition I think was printed in
1986. It has a very extensive and useful list of books both in and out of
print. It also contains a list of audio and video resources. To inquire
about obtaining a copy write to the ASA (P.O. Box 668, Ipswich, MA 01938)
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keith B. Miller
Department of Geology
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506