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In the Templeton Science and Religion Series, scientists from a wide range of fields distill their experience and knowledge into brief tours of their respective specialties. The series was launched in 2008 with the publication of Harold G. Koenig’s book, Medicine, Religion, and Health. Since that time, the series editors J. Wentzel van Huyssteen and Khalil Chamcham have expanded it to nine titles covering everything from paleontology, to neuroscience, to technology. Also found in the bundle is the TSR Reader and a companion study guide.

The books found in the bundle are:

Medicine, Religion, and Health by Harold G. Koenig,
Neuroscience, Psychology and Religion by Malcolm Jeeves and Warren Brown
Technology and Religion by Noreen Herzfeld
Horizons of Cosmology by Joseph Silk
Paleontology by Ian Tttersall
Cognitive Science, Religion, and Theology by Justin L. Barrett
Ecology and the Environment by R. J. Berry
The Language of Genetics by Denis Alexander
Mathematics and Religion by Javier Leach
The Templeton Science and Religion Reader
The Templeton Science and Religion Study Guide

This bundle is only sold in e-book format!

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Requesting an Exam Copy

Exam copies are sent to professors who would like to review the book before deciding whether to use it in a class. To request an exam copy, you must fill out the form below. It will automatically be sent to a staff member.

In our efforts to stay green, reduce expenses, and maintain scholarly accessibility, we are sending examination copies as electronic downloads in the Adobe Digital Edition format for a 90-day review period. If you have any trouble accessing the book in this format, please contact us and we will send a traditional copy of the book instead.

If you chose to review the electronic version of the book and adopt the book for one of your courses, upon notification by you or your bookstore, a traditional bound book will be sent to you free of charge.

Requesting a Desk Copy

Desk copies are complimentary books sent to professors who have already adopted the book for a course. To request a desk copy, please fill out the form below. It will automatically be sent to a staff member.

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