In April, Zondervan Publishing will bring out a major new reference work on science and faith: the Dictionary of Christianity and Science. Billed as “The Definitive Reference for the Intersection of Christian Faith and Contemporary Science,” the new book is over 700 pages in length and will feature something most reference works lack: multiple perspectives.
The editors intentionally sought out divergent perspectives on a variety of science and faith topics, including human evolution, the interpretation of Genesis, theistic evolution, the adequacy of Darwinian mechanisms, and much more. As part of the mix of views, the volume will feature many prominent scholars and writers who have been affiliated with the intelligent design community, including Michael Behe, William Lane Craig, William Dembski, Michael Flannery, Ann Gauger, Guillermo Gonzalez, Bruce Gordon, Michael Keas, Casey Luskin, Stephen Meyer, J.P. Moreland, Paul Nelson, John Mark Reynolds, Wayne Rossiter, David Snoke, and John G. West.
If you pre-order the book before its official release, April 15, 2017, you will get special bonus materials from the publisher.