Fuller Seminary is pleased to announce that it has been awarded five identical collections of major works in the field of science and the human spirit through the ISSR’s competitive grant program. The collections will be housed separately in the Fuller Pasadena, Texas, Northwest, California Coast, and Southwest campus libraries.
Each collection is comprised of approximately 200 hardbound volumes that are representative of the most important authors and treat the vast range of interdisciplinary subject matter at the highest level of quality and scholarship. Selected through the ISSR’s rigorous peer review, these titles reflect no ideological or religious bias and are drawn from many faith traditions as well as authors with vigorously naturalistic perspectives. According to CIO and Assistant Provost for Library and Information Technology, Michael Murray, “We are thrilled that the ISSR is partnering with us as we seek to make materials like this available to Fuller students, faculty, and members of the broader academic community who are doing research at points of intersection between such fields as anthropology, philosophy, psychology, sociology, theology, and many others.”
The International Society for Science & Religion was established in 2002 for the purpose of the promotion of education through the support of inter-disciplinary learning and research in the fields of science and religion conducted where possible in an international and multi-faith context. For more information, please see http://www.issr.org.uk/.