This list includes some of our favourite resources which explore science-faith interactions or areas of science and religious faith about which we're often asked. They each explore their topic in a way which either actively links science and faith or prepares the way for further questions.
Some of these resources (labelled 'Faraday Kids') have been produced by our team in collaboration with a range of authors, illustrators and publishers. We'd love to know what you think of them, click here to tell us your thoughts.
We're always looking to expand and improve our list so please also feel free to get in touch if you would like to let us know what you think of any of these resources or recommend additions to this list.
When selecting resources to explore scientific ideas in a Christian context we encourage you to consider the following points borrowed from an excellent article by our friends at biologos.org.
- When the book includes scientific claims, is it portraying up-to-date consensus science?
- Are scientists and scientific processes accurately described?
- If written from a non-religious perspective, does it advocate a materialistic perspective or disparage faith in God?
- Does it present God’s interaction with his creation as ongoing, rather than confined to one initial act?
For more resources and ideas for children and young people from Biologos.org click here.