Marty Center Senior Fellow Symposium 2015-2016 by Nancy Frankenberry
“Believing Scientists in America: Trials and Tribulations of Theistic Evolution.”
Nancy Frankenberry is John Phillips Professor in Religion Emerita at Dartmouth College where she taught courses in philosophy of religion; women and gender studies and religion; and science and religion. Her research and writing have attempted to span all three areas. She is the author or editor/co-editor of five books, as well as over sixty scholarly articles, book chapters, and critical reviews. Most recently, she has completed a series of five papers in the general area of religious epistemology. With the completion of a book-manuscript tentatively titled “Pragmatism and the End of Religion,” she expects to wrap up her work in philosophy of religion
While a senior fellow at the Martin Marty Center Prof. Frankenberry turns to issues facing the wider public in connection with science and religion debates. Her new project, “Great Issues in Religion and Evolution,” investigates the intellectual challenge of Darwinism and evolutionary biology to religious belief and practice in the USA for the last 150 years.
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