By Kenneth L. Vaux
Vaux illustrates those advancements within the paintings of six scientists: Avicenna, Boyle, Schweitzer, and Teilhard, in addition to contemporaries Amartya Sen and Leon Kass. during his dialogue, Vaux engages the modern discussion among faith and science.
"Ken Vaux has proven what a robust impulse Abrahamic monotheism has been to the increase and ongoing moral tips of science."
--John Polkinghorne ( Professor of Mathematical Physics, Anglican Priest, Templeton Prize winner)
Kenneth Vaux is Emeritus Professor of Ethics on the college of Illinois university of drugs and at present serves because the Professor of Theological Ethics at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary and as a member of the Graduate school at Northwestern University.
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An Abrahamic Theology for Science by Kenneth L. Vaux