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Edited By: Willem B. Drees, Tilburg University

Impact Factor: 0.617

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 31/41 (Social Issues)

Online ISSN: 1467-9744

Virtual Issue- Techno-secularity and Techno-sapiens: Religion in an Age of Technology

Willem B. Drees

Athens, Jerusalem, and the Arrival of Techno-secularism
John C. Caiazza

Rethinking the Secular: Science, Technology, and Religion Today
Bronislaw Szerszynski

Rethinking the Past and Anticipating the Future of Religion and Science
Hava Tirosh Samuelson

Magic, Religion, Science, Technology, and Ethics in the Postmodern World
Barbara Strassberg

The Journey Beyond Athens and Jerusalem
Ursula King

Techno-secularism and “Revealed Religion”: Some Problems With Caiazza’s Analaysis
Gordon D. Kaufman

God versus Technology? Science, Secularity, and the Theology of Technology
Alan G. Padgett

Techno-secularism, Religion and the Created Co-Creator
Ted Peters

What is “Secular”? Techno-Secularism and Spirituality
Antje Jackelén

The Athens/Jerusalem Template and the Techno-secularism Thesis – Kicking the Can Down the Road
John C. Caiazza

Stage-Two Secularism and the Future of Theology-and-Science
Gregory R. Peterson

Technology and Human Becoming
Philip Hefner

Visual Technologies, Cosmographies and Our Place in the Universe
Thomas Rockwell

From Agape to Organs: Religious Difference between Japan and America in Judging the Ethics of the Transplant
William R. LaFleur

“Playing God? Yes!” Religion in the Light of Technology
Willem B. Drees

Speaking Cyborg: Technoculture and Technonature
Anne Kull

Creating in our Own Image: Artificial Intelligence and the Image of God
Noreen Herzfeld

The Popular Appeal of Apocalyptic AI
Robert M. Geraci