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Acknowledgments Introduction 1. Interaction between science and religion: some preliminary considerations 2. Science and religion in the scientific revolution 3. The parallel between scientific and religious reform 4. Divine activity in a mechanical universe 5. Science and religion in the enlightenment 6. The fortunes and functions of natural theology 7. Visions of the past: religious belief and the historical sciences 8. Evolutionary theory and religious belief Postscript: science and religion in the twentieth century Bibliographic essay Sources of quotations Index.