Salman Hameed is an astronomer and associate professor of integrated science and humanities at Hampshire College. He is director of the Center for the Study of Science in Muslim Societies. He operates the science and religion blog called Irtiqa, which emphasizes debates about science in the Islamic world.
Gary Bates is an evangelical Christian and young-Earth creationist associated with Creation Ministries International in Atlanta. He speaks frequently about UFOs and Christianity.
Proponents of intelligent design and young-Earth creationists are going strong on the 30th anniversary of Darwin Day. How have their tactics changed and how are evolutionists adapting?
Nancy Morvillo is a professor of biology at Florida Southern College in Lakeland. She and Sara Harding, a professor of religion, are co-directors of the Florida Center for Science and Religion, which hosts events designed to engage the central Florida community in discussions of science and religion. Previous events have focused on evolution.
Sara Harding is a professor of religion at Florida Southern College in Lakeland. She and Nancy Morvillo, a professor of biology, are co-directors of the Florida Center for Science and Religion, which hosts events designed to engage the central Florida community in discussions of science and religion. Previous events have focused on evolution.
Joe Thornton is a professor at the Center for Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Chicago.
Andrew Petto is a senior lecturer in biosciences at the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. He and Laurie Godfrey are co-editors of Scientists Confront Intelligent Design and Creationism.
The Cornwall Alliance is an evangelical research and educational network of theologians, scholars, leaders and scientists based in Burke, Va. Members work together to promote economic development of the world’s poor and “Biblical earth stewardship.” In 2009, the organization produced “An Evangelical Declaration on Global Warming.” Dr. E. Calvin Beisner is the founder and spokesman. […]
Michael Austin is a communications consultant and Christian commentator. He is the spokesman for the Christian History Institute. Austin can discuss evolution-creationism debates, Christian persecution and the history of church-state relations. He lives in New York City.