Is There a Christian History of Science?
This essay argues that the history of science and faith is not one of ongoing conflict. While earlier historiographers like Andrew Dickson White portrayed a triumphal science engaged in "warfare" with theology, that view has been largely replaced by a much more nuanced story of mutual influence. Davis concludes that historians of science, whether Christians or not, largely share the same goal: to document the complexity of this story without prejudicing the case either for or against faith.
Davis, Edward B., "Is There a Christian History of Science?" (2004). Biology Educator Scholarship. 208.
Originally published as:
Jacobsen, D., Jacobsen, R. H., & Marty, M. E. (2004). Scholarship and christian faith. Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/0195170385.001.0001