Book Launch Event a Success

On Friday, April 1, CTNS and the Graduate Theological Union co-hosted an event to discuss and celebrate Fifty Years in Science and Religion: Ian G. Barbour and His Legacy edited by CTNS founder and director, Robert John Russell. Dr. Barbour is internationally acknowledged as a pioneer in the field of science and religion. Although public opinion is often swayed by strident voices which attempt to place science and religion in conflict or keep them totally isolated, Barbour's voluminous contributions over the past fifty years have carved out a trusted pathway to constructive dialogue between science and religion. For his singular contributions Dr. Barbour received the 1999 Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion.

Photos from the Festschrift Celebration, April 1, 2005

Photos from the "Festschrift" Celebration on April 1, 2005

GTU Dean and CTNS Board, Arthur Holder

CTNS Founder & Director, Robert John Russell

Presenters, Carol Jacobson, R. Russell & Alejandro Garcia-Rivera

Guests, Rev. & Mrs. H. Englund, Dr. & Mrs. W. Godden, Rev. J. Turpin and Robert Russell

Guest, Richard Procunier, Board member, Adrian Wyard, Honoree, Ian G. Barbour and Robert Russell

Presenter, Dr. Carol Jacobson

Presenter, Dr. George Greiner

Adrian Wyard with student Joshua Moritz and staff, Melissa Moritz

Honoree, Dr. Ian G. Barbour, responding

Guests listening to the introduction