Dr Mark Harris
Dr Harris is the course manager of the Science and Religion Masters programme at the University of Edinburgh. He is especially interested in areas of physics which have direct impact on religious belief, and vice versa. His main research topics are the interpretation of miracles and of creation.
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Professor David Fergusson
Professor Fergusson has an active interest in the theology of creation and providence, particularly in a post-Darwinian setting. He has recently written on providence after Darwin, and on approaches to natural theology in the history of Christianity.
Professor John Henry
Professor John Henry is a historian of science with a special interest in the historical relations between religion and science. Although a specialist in the Renaissance and early modern periods, he also pursues the theme of science and religion into the nineteenth century.
Dr Alison Jack
Dr Jack works in the field of Bible and Literature. Her main area of research is in the relationship between fiction and the exegesis of the Bible in the nineteenth century. Her work is currently being enriched by a developing interest in the role scientific thought plays in this relationship, particularly in Scotland.
Dr James Collin
Dr Collin’s research focusses on the intersection of issues in philosophy of religion, epistemology, metaphysics, and pragmatist conceptions of language. In particular, he is interested in what scientific practices tell us about what exist, the nature of explanation in and outwith science, and religious epistemology.
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