Rodney Holder is Course Director of the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion and was formerly Priest in Charge of the Parish of the Claydons, Diocese of Oxford. He read mathematics at Trinity College, Cambridge, and researched for a D.Phil. in astrophysics at Christ Church, Oxford. Holder explores ways in which science and faith may complement each other in his books Nothing But Atoms and Molecules? and God, the Multiverse, and Everything. In the latter, he examines the fine-tuning of natural laws necessary for life to evolve in our universe and uses Bayes’ theorem of probability to assess their metaphysical significance. Holder has published a number of articles on the treatment of natural theology by several major twentieth century theologians. He is Reviews Editor of Science and Christian Belief, on the national committee of Christians in Science, and is a member of the Society of Ordained Scientists and the Science and Religion Forum.
- God, the Multiverse and Everything by Rodney Holder