Scholars, scientists and faith leaders around the world are working to reduce tensions between religion and science.
Andrew Harman is an associate professor of applied medical sciences at the University of Sydney. He’s also a meditation teacher at the Sydney Buddhist Centre.
Noah Efron is the program chairman for the graduate program in science, technology and society at Bar-Ilan University in Israel.
Manuel E. Cortes is a professor of biology at Bernardo O’Higgins University in Santiago, Chile. He has researched and written about the relationship between religion and science in the context of Catholic history.
John Hedley Brooke is an emeritus professor of science and religion at the University of Oxford. He co-edited the 2011 book Science and Religion Around the World.
Craig Story is a professor of biology at Gordon College, where he also directs the Pastors and Science Project.
Lea F. Schweitz is an associate professor of systematic theology and religion and science at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago. She also directs the Zygon Center for Religion and Science.
Chris Scheitle is an assistant professor of sociology at West Virginia University. He studies the relationship between religion and science, religious discrimination and religious structures in the U.S.
Andrew Root is a professor of youth and family ministry at Luther Seminary. From 2015 to 2018, he led a program called Science for Youth Ministry, which trained youth pastors on how to incorporate science lessons into their work.