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Science and Religion: Some Historical Perspectives   Author(s) John Hedley Brooke Publisher Cambridge University Press Publication date 1991 ISBN 0521283744 OCLC Number 22451451 Dewey Decimal 291.1/75 20 LC Classification BL245 .B77 1991 Science and Religion: Some Historical Perspectives is a book on the relationship between religion and science‎ by John Hedley Brooke. The book identifies three traditional views of the relationship between science and religion found in historical analyses: conflict, complementarity, and commonality. The book portrays all three as oversimplifications. It offers up the alternative notion of complexity, which bases the relationship between science and religion on changing circumstances where it is defined upon each particular historical situation and the actual beliefs and ideas of the scientific and religious figures involved.[1][2] Contents 1 Reception 1.1 List of reviews 2 References 3 Further reading Reception This section requires expansion with: what the reviews say about the book. American Historical Review states that the book's bibliographic essay "identifies and … incorporates the results of virtually every significant and relevant article published in the past fifty years."[3] List of reviews The lists in this section may contain items that are not notable, not encyclopedic, or not helpful. Please help out by removing such elements and incorporating appropriate items into the main body of the article. (August 2009) Cantor, Geoffrey (1992). "Science and Religion (Book Reviews)". TLS (Times Literary Supplement) (4639): 27.  Howell, Kenneth J. (December 1994). "Book Review: Science and Religion: Some Historical Perspectives. John Hedley Brooke, George Basalla". The Journal of Modern History 66 (4): 779–782. doi:10.1086/244944.  Olson, Richard; Brooke, John Hedley (February 1994). "Reviews of Books: Science and Religion Some Historical Perspectives". American Historical Review (American Historical Association) 99 (1): 191–192. doi:10.2307/2166181. http://jstor.org/stable/2166181.  Pallin, David A. (1992). "Reviews: Science and Religion: Some Historical Perspectives". The Journal of Theological Studies 43 (2): 797–800. doi:10.1093/jts/43.2.797.  Tollefson, R.J. (1992). "Science and Religion (Book Reviews)". Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 29 (8): 1244–1245.  References ^ Temperley, HNV (1992). "Science and salvation". Nature 359 (6397): 685–686. doi:10.1038/359685a0.  ^ Howell, Kenneth J. (1994). "Science and Religion Some Historical Perspectives". The Journal of Modern History 66 (4): 779–782. doi:10.1086/244944.  ^ Olson, Richard; Brooke, John Hedley (1994). "Science and Religion Some Historical Perspectives". American Historical Review (American Historical Association) 99 (1): 191–192. doi:10.2307/2166181. http://jstor.org/stable/2166181. Retrieved 2008-11-12.  Further reading Brooke, John H. (1998). "Essays on Science And Society: Science and Religion: Lessons from History?". Science 282 (5396): 1985–1986. doi:10.1126/science.282.5396.1985.  This article related to a book about religion is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article about a science book is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e