In the previous post we looked at Rowan Williams’ contributions to the Science Faith discussion as Archbishop of Canterbury. In this post we draw attention to the contributions of another major faith leader in the UK, that of Dr. Jonathan Sacks, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth. He also happens to be stepping down from his role this year and so it seems appropriate to draw attention to some of his interactions on these issues.
Here is a nice little video of Sacks interviewing three prominent non-believing scientists (including Richard Dawkins) to see if they would agree that Science and Faith can have some kind of partnership.
He has recently published a book on the subject (paperback came out in 2012): The Great Partnership: God, Science and the Search for Meaning. This looks like an interesting and worthwhile read that I hope to get around to at some point.
In relation to the book here are also a link to an audio of a lecture given at Princeton, a recording of a conversation with Norman Swan, and a video recording of a conversation with Mathematician Marcus du Sautoy.