"Can a scientist believe in miracles?"
We welcome Prof. Ian Hutchinson, Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering at MIT, for a conversation on his highly-informative and provocatively-entitled book, Can a Scientist Believe in Miracles? : An MIT Professor Answers Questions on God and Science, InterVarsity Press (2018).
"Ian Hutchinson is a plasma physicist and professor of nuclear science and engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was born in England, educated at Cambridge University, and received his doctorate from Australian National University. His research group explores the confinement of plasmas hotter than the sun's centre, aimed at producing practical energy from nuclear fusion reactions, the energy source of the stars.
A frequent Veritas Forum presenter, Ian has written and spoken widely on the relationship between science and Christianity. He is the author of over two hundred research articles, and his books include Principles of Plasma Diagnostics and Monopolizing Knowledge."—IVP
[faith, science, Christianity, Resurrection, philosophy, theism, authority, tradition, dogma, natural law, ceteris paribus, Young Earth Creationism, Genesis, hermeneutics, Intelligent Design, Big Bang, Multiverse, Fine Tuning, Anthropic Principle, Fred Hoyle, Jayant Narlikar, cosmology, evolution]