Michael Beresford Foster (b. 1903; d. 1959) was a tutor in philosophy of Oxford University's Christ Church. For a period up until his death he was the chairman of the British Student Christian Movement. His works remain important to the history of science.
- Mystery and Philosophy, Michael Beresford Foster, SCM Press, 1957, pages 96
- "Man's Idea of Nature", The Christian Scholar, Volume 41, Number 3, September 1958, pages 361-366
- The Political Philosophies of Plato and Hegel, Michael Beresford Foster, Major Bronson Foster, Russell & Russell, 1965 (originally published 1935), 207 pages
- "The Christian Doctrine of Creation and the Rise of Modern Natural Science" in "Daniel O'connor and Francis Christopher Oakley (eds.), Creation: The Impact of an Idea, 1969, Charles Scribner's Sons set of 36 contemporary book citations
- "The Christian Doctrine of Creation and the Rise of Modern Natural Science" (Mind, Volume 43, 1934, p.446-468), "Christian Theology and Modern Science of Nature." (Mind, Volume 44, 1935, pp. 439-466 (part I) and Volume 45, 1936, pp. 1-27 (part II)).
Creation, Nature, and Political Order in the Philosophy of Michael Foster (1903-1959): The Classic Mind Articles and Others, with Modern Critical Essays, Cameron Wybrow, Michael Beresford Foster, E. Mellen Press, 1993, ISBN 0773492070, 347 pages
- ↑ biographical paragraph in The Christian Scholar, Volume XLI, Number 3, September 1958, page 361
- ↑ "These articles provide a philosophical analysis of the relation between various docrines of God and their respective philosophies of nature. [Foster] specifically connects the voluntaristic doctrine of God with early modern natural philosophy (Empiricism)...his articles are the basis of some later works which do apply his analysis to seventeenth-century England." Quoted from Science and Religion in the English Speaking World, 1600-1727 A Bibliographic Guide to the Secondary Literature, Richard S. Brooks & David K. Himrod, Scarecrow Press, 2001, ISBN 0-8108-4011-1, p.139