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Ian Barbour was one of the world pioneers in the integration of science and religion.
His books and articles have helped to expand the field of theology not only for Christianity but also for other faiths. A physicist and former chair of the religion department, Barbour was Winifred and Atherton Bean Professor Emeritus of Science, Technology and Society at Carleton College.
"Many people ... believe in both God and evolution, or see evolution as God’s way of creating. In reality there are diverse viewpoints among scientists, and diverse views within our religious traditions."
Templeton Prize awarded to Minnesota professor
Reconciliation between God and science
Physicist Wins Religion Prize
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Science and religion can coexist and even inform each other
Templeton winner coaxed science and religion to talk