Holmes Rolston, III, is University Distinguished
Professor and Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus. He has written most
recently: Three Big Bangs: Matter-Energy,
Life, Mind, Genes, Genesis and God, Philosophy Gone Wild, Environmental Ethics, Science and Religion: A Critical Survey, and Conserving Natural Value. He gave the Gifford Lectures, University
of Edinburgh, 1997-1998. Rolston was laureate for the 2003 Templeton
Prize in Religion, awarded by Prince Philip in Buckingham Palace. He has
spoken as distinguished lecturer on seven continents, and is featured in Joy A.
Palmer, ed., Fifty Key Thinkers on the
Environment,2000. He is past and founding president of the
International Society for Environmental Ethics, a founding editor of the
journal Environmental Ethics and a founding member of the
International Society for Science and Religion. An intellectual biography
is: Christopher J. Preston, Saving Creation: Nature and Faith in the Life of Holmes Rolston,
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