Reviews in Science and Religion

Reviews in Science and Religion

"Reviews in Science and Religion" is published by the Science and Religion Forum. Twice a year issues come out. It primarily contains reviews of books on the relations of religion and science. It sometimes covers information on the Science and Religion Forum itself. The journal was established in the 1970's

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[http://www.srforum.org/newsite/reviews.htm Journal's homepage] link


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