Science and Religion: Friends or Foes?
David H. Bailey
David H. Bailey, "Science and Religion: Friends or Foes?," in A Reason for Faith: Navigating LDS Doctrine & Church History, ed. Laura Harris Hales (Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2016), 221-240.
David H. Bailey is a mathematician/computer scientist, recently retired from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and is also affiliated with the University of California, Davis. He is the author of six books and over two hundred technical articles in the area of high-performance scientific computing, computational mathematics, mathematical finance, and computational biology. He has received the Sidney Fernbach Award from the IEEE Computer Society, the Gordon Bell Prize from the Association for Computing Machinery, and the Chauvenet Prize and Merten Hesse Prize from the Mathematical Association of America. In addition, he operates the website Science Meets Religion, with over eighty articles on science and religion and a blog. He and his wife, Linda, live in Alamo, California. They are the parents of four children and have seven grandchildren. They serve in the Alamo First Ward of the Danville California Stake.
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