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Ian Barbour is Professor Emeritus, Department of Religion at Carleton College, Northfield, MN. He obtained a B.S. at Swarthmore College, a M.S. in Physics at Duke University, a Ph.D. in Physics at the University of Chicago, and a B.D. in Theology at Yale University. From 1975-1986 he served on the Ethics and Values in Science and Technology Advisory Board for the National Science Foundation. Among his books are Christianity and the Scientist (Association Press 1960), Issues in Science and Religion (Prentice Hall 1966), Technology, Environment and Human Values (Praeger 1980), Religion in an Age of Science, Gifford Lecures for 1989-90 (Harper & Row 1990), and Religion and Science: Historical and Contemporary Issues (Harper Collins 1997).

 

 

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