Monopolizing Knowledge is a work that draws on ideas that have been
talked about for a long time.
Here is a sample of talks and essays by
Ian Hutchinson related to this topic.
Christian and Natural The edited transcript of a presentation to
the Annual Meeting of the American Scientific Affiliation (2003).
and Wedlock The presentation to the Redeeming Reason conference
(2006), a compressed version of the Templeton Lectures at Baylor University, 2004.
the Halls of Science An interview by Evan Peck and Karl Giberson.
Faith in the Machine A review of Ray Kurzweil's book The Age
of Spiritual Machines.
Faith's failure of nerve, Cross Currents: Religion and Intellectual Life, 40, 213-227 (1990).
The Two-Edged Sword of Technology,
(D. Hastings and I. Hutchinson) re:generation Quarterly, 2, 27 (1996).
today's militant atheist arguments A scholarly essay in the
series commissioned by the Biologos Forum (2010).
- Belligerents or
Brothers? Video of a talk at MIT's Veritas Forum, 2007.
Are we significant
figures? Video of dialogue with Marcelo Gleiser, 2010.
Scientist and Nonconformist An essay in the Faith of Great
Scientists Series (1996).
James Clerk Maxwell and the Christian Proposition Another Faith of
Great Scientists essay (1998).
- The Biologos
Blog has published some
extracts from the book. This is the first of them from Dec 2011.
"Can Science Explain Everything?" Video of a presentation and discussion
at the American Association for the Advancement of Science's Dialogue
on Science, Ethics, and Religion (Washington, DC, December 2011).
Atlantis Essay (2014) on the Genius and Faith of Faraday and Maxwell.