Ian Graeme Barbour (born 5 October 1923), is an American scholar on the relationship between science and religion. According to the Public Broadcasting Service his mid-1960s Issues in Science and Religion "has been credited with literally creating the contemporary field of science and religion."
01.10.2012 [Discovery Institute] - And, as a slip of the tongue, Ian Barbour, a science and religion scholar as well as Templeton Prize winner, even referred to it once as "the divine inference." The Logic of the Design Inference. Logic is always discursive, and this is true of the
16.02.2012 [Western News] - With contributions from key thinkers from historians, philosophers, theologians and scientists, the collection includes works by Ian Barbour, John Brooke, Philip Clayton, Willem Drees, John Haught, Alister McGrath, Nancey Murphy, Ronald Numbers