Science and Christian Belief is a journal concerned with the interactions of science and religion, with particular reference to Christianity. It was founded in 1989 and is sponsored by Christians in Science and the Faith and Thought (The Victoria Institute). There are two Issues per year published on 15 April and 15 October. A distinguished Editorial Board represents the broad multi-disciplinary interests of the journal. Subscriptions can either be made direct to the publishers or by joining one of the sponsoring organisations.
The traffic of ideas between science and religion has been flowing for many centuries and shows no signs of diminishing. Science and Christian Belief is dedicated to the discussion of these interactions and offers an important resource to all whose interests encompass the two areas. With a broad international readership, the journal transcends traditional disciplinary limitations and publishes articles, reviews and letters relating to a wide range of topics, including the environment, ethics, biology, genetic engineering, physics, cosmology, computer technology, sociology, theology, anthropology, mathematics, and the history and philosophy of science.
Free sample articles are available on this web-site. All articles submitted that fall within the remit of the journal are reviewed by at least two referees whose expertise lies in fields relevant to the material. Articles are intended to be accessible to a broad readership, reflecting the multi-disciplinary character of the science-religion debate. Authors are requested to read the Instructions to Authors before submitting articles or other materials. In addition to articles, Debate items, Correspondence and Book Reviews are all welcomed.
Subscribers to the electronic version of the journal have full access to the current and back-issues of the journal. Non-subscribers have access to the Contents and Abstracts, but may also order Reprints of specific articles as pdf files or as print-copy.