The dialogue between science and religion has usually been complimentary while sometimes being perceived as at odds with each other. Science in the West was largely based on Christian ideals and practiced by Christians, but an atheistic influence has held sway for a century, leading to a division between traditional, Bible-believing science and modern, secular science based more on Darwinian evolution. This has been the impetus of much discussion, leading to the publication of this book, an attempt to provide a jumping-off point to understand the discussion. Leaning more toward the secular understanding of science, the editors have assembled dozens of experts to write almost a hundred articles concerning the interaction between religion and science. Each signed entry is replete with a summary of the entry, a list of significant issues concerning it, and a short annotated bibliography.