On the relationship between religion on science, few scholars have been more influential than the late Ian Barbour, a physicist and theologian.
Unlike many of his academic colleagues, Lukacs did not stand in awe and wonder of Charles Darwin.
Half a century ago, as 1968 came to a close, one event brought people together not only in America but also around the globe.
Remarkably parallel struggles go on, as well, in Protestant and Jewish circles, whether the debate focuses on C.S. Lewis or Maimonides, Augustine of Hippo or Samson Raphael Hirsch.
I have predicted that “medical conscience” will become a huge social controversy in the next decade.