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"The Interdisciplinary Encyclopedia of Religion and Science (INTERS) is a dynamic, on-line only data base, consisting in extensive, updated entries, signed by scholars who are accomplished in both scientific and humanistic research work. The Encyclopedia is intended to provide sound review articles in the rapidly growing international field of Religion and Science. Each article provides a readable and comprehensive summary of what is currently being discussed in religion and science on specific topics as well as how these topics were discussed historically. The on line articles belonging to the INTERS dynamic data base are the natural expansion of the Dizionario Interdisciplinare di Scienza e Fede, a two-volume Encyclopedia written primarily by European authors and published in Italian in 2002 (Rome: Urbaniana University Press - Città Nuova, 2002). The first project of translating into English part of the original Dizionario Interdisciplinare was supported by the Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences, Berkeley. These papers offer a helpful window into the approaches and perspectives of the academic community towards what has become a field of greatest cultural significance for today’s public debate."