One of the current, frequently discussed topics within science and religion is known as emergence. Emergence addresses the question of reductionism: Are things merely the sum of their parts or can complex wholes introduce new, novel structures in the world that require their own level of explanation? Below are the links that will lead to the material.
3. From Philip Clayton's website: Philip Clayton is a philosopher and theologian specializing in the entire range of issues that arise at the intersection between science and religion. Over the last several decades he has published and lectured extensively on all branches of this debate, including the history of modern philosophy, philosophy of science, comparative religions, and constructive theology . . . . As a public intellectual he seeks to address the burning ethical and political issues at the intersection of science, ethics, religion, and spirituality (e.g., the stem cell debate, euthanasia, the environmental crisis, interreligious warfare). As a philosopher he works to show the compatibility of science with religious belief across the fields where the two may be integrated (emergence theory, evolution and religion, evolutionary psychology, neuroscience and consciousness).