Re: Faith/Science Paradigms

Eduardo G. Moros (
Thu, 11 Sep 97 08:54:08 -0600

I'm only aware of a survey of the early century that was recently repeated.
This surveys shows that approximately the same % of scientist believe in God
now as they did then. You can find this info in RealAudio in the archives of
NPR Talk of the Nation



Wash. U. in STL

>Date: Thu, 11 Sep 1997 01:12:50 -0400 (EDT)
>To: asa@Calvin.EDU
>Subject: Faith/Science Paradigms
>I am writing my Ph.D dissertation proposal at the University of Missouri--
>Columbia, and am interested in determining whether there are indeed
>statistically significant differences among faculty (particularly science
>professors) at different types of institutions (e.g. CCCU liberal arts
>colleges, Bible colleges, secular universities) in their models/paradigms for
>relating faith and science.
>R. Bube (Putting It All Together: Seven Patterns for Relating Science and
>the Christian Faith, 1995) proposed seven paradigms for relating faith and
>science; R.T. Wright (Biology Through the Eyes of Faith, 1989) listed four
>patterns for relating faith and science.
>Are any of you aware of any existing survey instrument which could be
>employed to
>determine the faith/science paradigm employed by the respondents?
>Thanks for your assistance.
>David Bundrick