Faith in Science
Scientists Search for Truth
Edited by Mark Richardson, Gordy Slack
Foreword by Ian Barbour
Routledge – 2001 – 224 pages
Through intimate conversations with some of the world's most distinguished scientists (including two Nobel Laureates), Faith in Science invites us to explore the connections between scientific and religious approaches to truth. Subjects range from the existence and nature of God to the role of spirituality in modern science. The result is a clear account of how two major cultural forces can work together to offer unique insights into questions of existence.
Includes interviews with the following scientists:
Charles Townes, Nobel Prize for invention of the maser and the laser, University of California at Berkeley; Anne Foerst, Massachussetts Institute of Technology and Harvard Divinity School; Arno Penzias, former Research Director at Bell Labs, New Jersey, Nobel Prize winner in 1978; Mehdi Golshani, University of Technology, Tehran; Pauline Rudd, Glycobiology Institute, University of Oxford; Brian Cantwell Smith, Professor of Cognitive Science and Computer Science, Indiana University; Bruno guiderdoni, Paris Institute of Astrophysics; Joel Primack, University of California at Santa Cruz; Mark Pesce, co-creator of Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML), Principal Engineer for Shiva Corporation; John Polkinghorne, Anglican Priest, Past President of Queen's College, Cambridge, former Professor of Mathematical Physics at Cambridge; John Rodwell, Professor of Plant Ecology, Lancaster University and Anglican priest; Kenneth Kendler, Medical College of Virginia, Director of the Virginia Institute for Psychiatric and Behavioral Genetics at Virginia Commonwealth University