By Jocelyn Bell Burnell,Society of Friends Australia Inc Quakers
While particular to her Quaker ideals, Burnell's reflections follow to many different religions besides. this is often the 2013 James Backhouse Lecture sequence, backed via the Society of acquaintances (Quakers) in Australia.
Can a scientist even be spiritual? How, and with what barriers? This lecture describes astronomers’ present knowing of the Universe we are living in and exhibits how the lecturer combines her Quakerism and her science.
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A Quaker Astronomer Reflects: Can a scientist also be religious? (The James Backhouse Lectures Book 23) by Jocelyn Bell Burnell,Society of Friends Australia Inc Quakers