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Howard Lovy, executive editor of Foreword Reviews, interviews Rob Iliffe, who wrote Priest of Nature: The Religious Worlds of Isaac Newton (Oxford University Press), He is professor of history at the University of Oxford and General Editor of the online Newton Project. This is part of a podcast focusing on reconciling religion and science.…
 
Howard Lovy, executive editor of Foreword Reviews, interviews Samuel Brainard, author of Reality’s Fugue: Reconciling Worldviews in Philosophy, Religion, and Science.(Penn State University Press), Brainard is an independent scholar of Asian and Western religion and philosophy. This is part of a podcast focusing on reconciling religion and science.…
 
William Least Heat-Moon, author of Celestial Mechanics (Three Rooms Press), also wrote the best-selling travel memoir Blue Highways. Here, he talks to Foreword Reviews Executive Editor Howard Lovy about the nature of religion and science as interpreted through his lead character. It's part of a religion/science theme in the August edition of IndieV…
 
A podcast hosted by Howard Lovy, executive editor of Foreword Reviews, a magazine and website that focuses on independently published books. The theme of this episode is science and religion. Guests are William Least Heat-Moon, author of Celestial Mechanics; F. Samuel Brainard, author of Reality's Fugue: Reconciling Worldviews in Philosophy, Religi…
 
An interview with Liane Kupferberg Carter, author of Ketchup Is My Favorite Vegetable: A Family Grows Up With Autism. This is from an autism-themed podcast hosted by Howard Lovy, executive editor of Foreword Reviews, a magazine and website that focuses on independently published books.By Foreword Reviews
 
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