Conflict Thesis

Finding resources in favor of the conflict thesis is a challenge. I have created a webpage that collects the links to such works. Please see:
http://www.rshedenhelm.name/cthesis/conflict.htm
Best,
Richard
P.S. The conflict thesis is sometimes called the “warfare thesis.” In either case, I define the thesis as the proposition that there exists a fundamental antagonism between science and religion.

Thanks Richard. Just a bit of unsolicited advice, it’s usually nice to add some commentary to a post, not just a link. Although the link pretty much says where you stand.
A finer point, the term unfortunately does come from those two articles you mention, which have many flaws. This has given plenty of ammo to those who want to say religion and science have been in harmony. It’s a strawman tactic however. This is pretty much what fundamentalists do with some of Darwin’s writings or Einstein’s occasional quotes on God. Unfortunately it’s not just fundamentalists who are unaware of how religion has held back science.

History of disbelief]
Here’s maybe one to add. It’s a different take on the conflict thesis, saying it has been exaggerated. Although to make the case he has to bring up names that are far from common. He talks of the deists who came out of the reformation period. They accepted a first cause and maybe intelligent design, but they despised the corruption in churches and the splintering into sects. Also discussed are the early scientists who were called heretics despite their protests that they were seeing God in their mechanical universe.
Interesting, not sure if I agree with his thesis overall.

Thanks for the suggestion! I will look into it.
Best,
Richard

History of disbelief] Here's maybe one to add. It's a different take on the conflict thesis, saying it has been exaggerated. Although to make the case he has to bring up names that are far from common. He talks of the deists who came out of the reformation period. They accepted a first cause and maybe intelligent design, but they despised the corruption in churches and the splintering into sects. Also discussed are the early scientists who were called heretics despite their protests that they were seeing God in their mechanical universe. Interesting, not sure if I agree with his thesis overall.