Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science

ZYGON: JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND SCIENCEZygon: Journal of Religion and Science is a peer reviewed academic journal on the natural and human sciences in interaction with human convictions and practices. Zygon is open to religious and non-religious perspectives. We cover ideas and practices, past and present. In 2015, our 50th anniversary year, we will publish reviews on ‘religion and science’ in various regions around the world. Zygon publishes annually over 1000 pages of articles and reviews, with over 110,000 downloads in 2013. Distributed by Wiley, Zygon is available in over 10,000 libraries worldwide.

Zygon’s editor is Willem B. Drees, professor of philosophy of the humanities, Tilburg University, the Netherlands, and dean of the Tilburg School of Humanities. A subscription to Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science is included in membership of IRAS, the Institute on Religion in an Age of Science (www.iras.org).

The first issue of the current year is freely accessible, as are articles published Open Access and articles in virtual issues, such as those on Asian religions and science, Intelligent discourse on Intelligent Design, Techno-secularity and Techno-Sapiens, and the three previous editors, Ralph Burhoe, Karl Peters and Philip Hefner. See this link.

Some recently published articles

  • Divine Glory in a Darwinian World by Christopher Southgate
  • The Trees, My Lungs: Self Psychology and the Natural World at an American Buddhist Center by Daniel Capper
  • Einstein and Mysticism by Gary Bowman
  • Geoengineering, Theology, and the Meaning off Being Human by Forrest Clingerman
  • Who’s Afraid of Theoscientography? An Interpretative Hypothesis on Harun Yahya by Stefano Bigliardi
  • The Sociology and Theology of Creationist Objections to Evolution: How Blood Marks the Bounds of the Christian Body by Eugene F. Rogers

Some recent thematic sections

  • The Potential Religious Relevance of Entheogens
  • Why Religion is Natural and Science is Not by Robert McCauley
  • Biodemocracy and the Earth Charter
  • The Bodhisattva’s Brain: Owen Flanagan meets Critics

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science uses an online submission system. For most manuscripts the authors receive a decision (accept, reject, revise) within two months after submission.

Editorial Office

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