Giberson is a well-known scholar of science-and-religion. He was the
founding editor of Science
& Theology News and editor-in-chief
of Science & Spirit
magazine for four years.
He has published over a hundred articles, reviews, and essays, both
technical and popular, and written four books: Worlds
Apart: The Unholy War Between Science and Religion, Species
of Origins: America's Search for a Creation Story (with Don
Yerxa), Oracles of Science: Celebrity Scientists
Versus God and Religion (with Mariano Artigas), and Saving Darwin: How to Be a Christian and Believe in
Evolution (forthcoming, 2008). Giberson, who has a Ph.D. in
physics from Rice University, is a professor at Eastern
Nazarene College, where he teaches interdisciplinary honors seminars and the
history of science.
H. Pinnock is Professor of Systematic Theology at McMaster
Divinity College, member of the Faculty of Theology at McMaster
University, and author of over a dozen theological monographs.
these are A Wideness in God's Mercy: the Finality of Jesus Christ
a World of Religions (Zondervan, 1992), Unbounded Love: a Good
Theology for the 21st Century (InterVarsity/Paternoster, 1994;
with Robert Brow), Flame of Love: a Theology of the Holy Spirit
(InterVarsity, 1996), Most Moved Mover: A Theology of God's
Academic, 2001). For more, see Pinnock's web
Thomas J. Oord
(Tom) Jay Oord is Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Northwest
Nazarene University, Nampa, Idaho. He serves as theologian for the
for Research on Unlimited Love, and is co-director of the
Love and Science Course Competition. He contributes frequently to Science
and Theology News as its Academic Correspondent and
Editor. See Oord’s
for publication and other professional information.
been married for
eighteen years to his wife, Cheryl, who is a grade-school
The couple has three young daughters, Sydnee, Lexi, and Andee.
is co-leader of an “emergent church,” plays bass guitar, enjoys playing
basketball, and collects theological and philosophical memorabilia.