Chesterton House, distinguished chemist Henry "Fritz" Schaefer discusses The Worldviews of Great Scientists. He talks about quotes from such scientists as Steven Weinberg and Richard Feinman. Schaefer goes on to look at the views and contributions of such scientists as Blaise Pascal, Michael Faraday, William Henry Perkin, Werner Heisenberg, Robert Griffiths, Robert White, Charles Townes, John Polkinghorne, Allan Sandage, George Ellis, John Barrow, William Philipps, Christopher Isham, and more.
Full MP3 Audio here (1 hr)
Q&A Audio here. (20 min)
You may also be interested in Fritz Schaefer's book: Science and Christianity: Conflict or Coherence?
Thursday, November 11, 2010
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