Samford professor of religion and science named ISSR fellow

Samford University religion professor Josh Reeves has been named a fellow of the International Society for Science and Religion.

The honor places Reeves in the company of 200 of the world’s most distinguished scholars in the field of the study of science and religion, selected for their major contributions, standing in their respective fields, sustained engagement with the science and religion debate, scholarly promise or organizational and entrepreneurial skills within the field.

Reeves is director of the Center for Science and Religion at Samford. In addition to his many books, articles and presentations in science and religion, Reeves has brought to Samford hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants to support symposia and special lectures over his many years of association with the university’s Center for Science and Religion.

Reeves is a 1998 graduate of Samford and earned a master of divinity from Beeson Divinity School. He also holds graduate degrees from Cambridge University and Boston University. (Samford, TAB)