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Science and Christian Belief is an academic journal published twice yearly by Christians in Science and the Victoria Institute. The journal focuses on the traffic of ideas between science and religion, with particular reference to Christianity. It publishes articles, reviews, and letters relating to the environment, ethics, biology, genetic engineering, physics, cosmology, computer technology, sociology, theology, anthropology, mathematics, and the history and philosophy of science.

Science and Christian Belief started in 1988, with Oliver Barclay and A. Brian Robins as co-editors. The journal is indexed in New Testament Abstracts, Religion Index One: Periodicals, and Religious & Theological Abstracts, and is distributed by EBSCO Publishing as part of Academic Search and other collections. The journal is free to members of Christians in Science.

The Victoria Institute (or "Philosophical Institute of Great Britain") published the Journal of the Transaction of The Victoria Institute, which began in 1866; it became Faith and Thought in 1988 and then joined with Science and Christian Belief in 1989. In 1990 J.W. Haas stated that "the institute has had little recent influence on the British scene other than through its journal Faith and Thought".

Science and Christian Belief's current editors are Denis R. Alexander, the Director of the Faraday Institute for Science and Religionmarker, and Rodney D. Holder.

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