Complexity introduces readers to the wide-ranging world of complexity science, with an emphasis on the computational side. Plus a robot that cleans up for you.
Although Lloyd was not overtly concerned with any religious intersections, I found the discussion of the universe as a quantum computer relevant to a couple of issues that come up in science & faith conversations.
The result is a wide-ranging exploration of questions, some specific to the present science-faith conversation and some raised perennially by skeptics and curious seekers.
Frankenstein is the one who steals from the gods (God?) the ability to create life from that which is lifeless.
[Scientism and Secularism] is clearly aimed at fellow Christians who agree with Moreland that science is taking influence away from the church and who need help articulating why theology and religion are still relevant.