Tuesday, February 22, 2005
Faith and Physics Seek Ultimate Truth Rector Says
"Once a physicist and now a pastor, Jim Trainor, mixes some of his experience working on cutting-edge science with his current calling as rector of the Church of the Intercession" in Steven's Point, Wis., writes Andrew Dowd of the Daily Tribune. "Though some debates have pitted religious organizations against science and vice versa, Trainor wants to break down any sore feelings between the two disciplines and show how they work together. 'Both religious faith and physics are seeking ultimate truth,' he said. 'I find them not to be so alien to each other.'" Read how Trainor views the Big Bang, here.