Troy Van Voorhies, a professor of theoretical chemistry at MIT, talks a little about coming to faith and the interplay of faith and science in this interview:

Following is an interview of another MIT professor, Ian Hutchinson, professor of nuclear science and engineering, on the future of nuclear science, and the history of science and Christianity – in general, and in his own life.

In this interview, Harvard professor of Education,  Nancy Hill, shares her journey of faith.

A college professor and former atheist gives his poignant testimony that involves a near death experience that changed his life and brought him to faith in Jesus Christ.

Mary Poplin went to Sunday school as a youth, “But,: she says, “it never took.” Though she might have called herself a Christian, she quickly wandered off to other things in college where she was “intellectually awakened”. She got involved in the social justice movement and was increasingly drawn to radical ideologies. She became a college professor and used the academic platform to build a master’s program on the subjects of structuralism, post-structuralism, cultural studies, radical feminism and critical theory (a Marxist view of education). She describes her personal life as “adventurous”. She got into New Age spirituality. But then “God showed up in a dream”. This is her story.


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