Science, Faith and Scientists

Thomas Fowler

This book investigates questions that are critically important in today s world of advanced technology, expanding science, and disarray in the humanities. Is the triumph of science over faith and all other forms of knowledge complete? Are faith-oriented scientists handicapped when it comes to doing real science? What is the relationship among science, philosophy, theology, and other branches of knowledge? Are science, nature, and reality coextensive? Is science affected by social and cultural trends? These hard questions are all interrelated, and here are provided with answers that integrate the STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) with the humanities, especially history, philosophy, and theology, from an author solidly grounded in both camps.