„Science and Theology: Their Relation at the Beginning of the Third Millennium“, in: Ph. Clayton u. Z. Simpson (Hg.), The Oxford Handbook of Religion and Science, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006, 551-561.

In order to enter into a meaningful dialogue with ‘science’, it is necessary to bring ‘religion’ on to an academic, or at least intellectual, level ( theology, religious studies, philosophy of religion, etc.). The minimum requirement for a dialogue involving the two areas of knowledge is that religious people or persons with a more or less profound knowledge of one religion or several religions enter into a discussion with scientifically tramed people about general or specific topics which are meaningful in each field.