>Does anyone know of a secular scholar of the history of science who gives
>credit to Christianity for its role in the founding of science? Years ago I
>read an article in *Science* about the origination of science in Western
>society. There was nary a word about the part played by Christianity.
When they do mention Christianity, they usually talk about the Middle
Ages and how Christianity stifled science while science flourished in the
Arab would under Islam.
-- Steven H. Schimmrich KB9LCG firstname.lastname@example.org Department of Physical Sciences Kutztown University 217 Grim Science Building, Kutztown, PA 19530 (610) 683-4437 http://www.uiuc.edu/ph/www/s-schim Fides quaerens intellectum