Fellowship of Scientists

The Scientist has often raised issues concerning science and religion, and many of its readers respond to those articles. An aspect of these concerns is that scientists with religious convictions have an obligation to integrate their lives of faith and of science. One Christian approach to this has been taken by the Fellowship of Scientists, a nondenominational group of scientists working together to explore the practice of science as a vocation. This perspective may be of interest both to Chr

Alice Fulton
Dec 8, 1996

The Scientist has often raised issues concerning science and religion, and many of its readers respond to those articles. An aspect of these concerns is that scientists with religious convictions have an obligation to integrate their lives of faith and of science. One Christian approach to this has been taken by the Fellowship of Scientists, a nondenominational group of scientists working together to explore the practice of science as a vocation.

This perspective may be of interest both to Christians seeking to do that and to others who are interested in understanding the variety of ways in which faith and science can be integrated. More information is available at our Web site, http://solon.cma.univie.ac.at/~neum/sciandf/fellow/welcome.html, by writing to the Fellowship of Scientists, 320 College St., Iowa City, Iowa 52240, or from me at the E-mail address below.

Alice Fulton
Fellowship of Scientists
320 College St.
Iowa City, Iowa 52240
E-mail: alice-fulton@uiowa.edu...

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