The work of the following organizations and individuals is always or often at the interface of faith and science. While WesleyNexus doesn’t necessarily agree with everything you may find on the following sites, we list them as other potential sources for science-and-religion information:

The American Scientific Affiliation (ASA): A Network of Christians in the Sciences

Arizona State University Center for Evolution and Medicine

Ask Science Mike

Big Questions Online

BioLogos

Blessed Earth

The Book of Works

Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences

Philip Clayton

Clergy Letter Project

Center for Practical Wisdom (The University of Chicago)

Cosmologics: A Magazine of Science, Religion, and Culture

Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion (American Association for the Advancement of Science)

Discovery & Faith: Helping the Next Generation Experience the Harmony between Science & Biblical Faith

Ecumenical Roundtable: Coming Together on Science, Technology, and the Christian Faith

Evolution Resources from The National Academy of Sciences

The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion

The Great Story

Huffington Post, Religion Page

Institute for the Bio-Cultural Study of Religion

The Institute on Religion in an Age of Science

International Society for Science & Religion

John Templeton Foundation

Metanexus

NPR Science Blog

Dr. Thomas Jay Oord

Q Ideas

Science and Religion Forum

Science + Religion Today

Wesley Center Online

Zygon Center for Religion and Science