Description

This article argues that science teachers need an awareness of different ways of understanding the relationship between science and religion in order to ensure science is perceived by pupils as a subject open to all learners, including all children of faith; a framework for supporting this understanding is offered.

Science and Religion
Epistemic Insight

More from this issue

Ripple tank

The journey to successful photography in the dark.

Journal Article

Many of my really ‘best’ experiments involve a lot of preparation and often specialised apparatus, but for my ‘top ten’ I have chosen experiments...

Journal Article

With continuing interest in how science students’ practical abilities can be measured, can virtual approaches provide the solution to the problem...

Journal Article