Zygon: Journal of Religion & Science
The Next Issue:
Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science
54 (1), March 2019

Our next issue will include the following articles:

Editorial

Transversality, Apocalyptic AI, and Racial Science by Arthur C. Petersen

Articles

Can Personality Underpin Attitudes to Both Science and Religion? by Geoffrey Cantor

Cargoism and Scientific Justification in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence by John Traphagan

Devil in Technologies: Russian Orthodox Neoconservatism versus Scientific and Technological Progress by Marcin Skladanowski

An Interdisciplinary Framework for Islamic Cognitive Theories by Paul Kaplick, Yaqub Chaudhary, Abdullah Hasan, Asim Yusuf, and Hooman Keshavarzi

Relationality and Health: Transversal Neurotheological Account

“Landscape Plotted and Pieced”: Exploring the Contours of Engagement between (Neuro)science and Theology by Patricia Bennett

“Things Counter, Original, Spare, Strange”: Developing a Postfoundational Transversal Model for Science/Religion Dialogue by Patricia Bennett

“Áll Trádes, their Gear, and Tackle and Trim”: Theology, Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychoneuroimmunology in Transversal Dialogue by Patricia Bennett

Artificial Intelligence and Apocalypicism

Introduction to the Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Apocalypticism by Robert Geraci and Simon Robinson

Existential Hope and Existential Despair in AI Apocalypticism and Transhumanism by Beth Singler

The Athenian Altar, the Amazoniam Chatbot: A Pauline Reading of Artificial Intelligence and Apocalyptic Ends by Michael Morelli

Mind-Uploading and Embodied Cognition: A Theological Response by Victoria Lorrimar

“White Crisis” and/as “Existential Risk”, or the Entangled Apocalypticism of Artificial Intelligence by Syed Mustafa Ali

Terrence Keel’s Divine Variations: A Symposium

Christian Roots of the Scientific Study of Race by Terrence D. Keel

In What Sense Exactly Did Christianity Give Us Racial Science? by Yiftach Fehige

Christian Thought, Race, Blumenbach and Historicizing by Ernie Hamm

The Coevolution of Human Origins, Human Variation, and their Meaning in the 19th Century by Jonathan Marks

Racial Science and “Absolute Questions”: Re-Occupations and Repositions by Elizabeth Neswald

Response to my Critics: The Life of Christian Racial Forms in Modern Science by Terrence D. Keel

Reviews

Religion vs. Science: What Religious People Really Think by Elaine Howard Ecklund and Christopher P. Scheitle reviewed by Christopher Hrynkow

Darwin, Dharma, and the Divine: Evolutionary Theory and Religion in Modern Japan by G. Clinton Godart reviewed by Esben Petersen

Naturalism and Religion: A Contemporary Philosophical Investigation by Graham Oppy reviewed by Tiddy Smith