Hi, my name's Richard DImery. I'm studying History and Philosophy of
Science at Cambridge University in England. I'm planning on writing my
dissertation next year on an examination of the Complementarity model of
the interaction between Science and Christianity.
Do any of you have any Internet references (eg papers, essays) or book
recommendations, or even opinions which might help me?
The ASA main web site at http://www.calvin.edu/chemistry/ASA
contains a database and a search tool to allow you to locate
citations to every article in the ASA's journal on this subject.
I helped create the database, and since I am especially interested in
this subject, I was careful to include complementarity as a
keyword whenever appropriate. I suggest you start there.
I have recently developed a hypertext-based project which
employs complementary forms to describe theology. You can see the
way this works on the web at http://www.his.com/ASA/ht/intro.html.
Complementarity is used in many ways in secular literature, but
I have found theology to be a rich source of such applications.
It is a fascinating subject and an excellent one for a dissertation
topic. Best wishes for your success. Keep us informed.
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