Latin America plays an increasingly important role in the development of modern Christianity yet it has been underrepresented in current scholarship on religion and science. In this first book on the subject, contributors explore the different ways that religion and science relate to each other.

chapter |6 pages


ByIgnacio Silva

chapter 2|11 pages

Science and Religion from Paul Tillich's Theology of Culture and Philosophy of Religion

ByJaime Laurence Bonilla Morales

chapter 3|11 pages

Liberation Theology and Science

ByJuan Alejandro Navarrete Cano

chapter 4|13 pages

The Historian between Faith and Relativism

ByLuís Corrêa Lima

chapter 6|14 pages

Jesuit Science in the Missions of Paraguay and Río de la Plata

ByMiguel de Asúa

chapter 7|12 pages

Darwinism in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century in Latin America

ByHéctor Velázquez Fernández

chapter 8|12 pages

‘Rescuing Darwin’ in Brazil 1

ByHeslley Machado Silva, Eduardo Mortimer

chapter 9|13 pages

The Creationist/Evolutionist Debate, from Science to Myth

ByEduardo Rodrigues da Cruz

chapter 10|11 pages

‘Person’ as Converging Notion for Neuroscience, Philosophy and Religion

ByJuan Francisco Franck