Wesley J. Wildman, Associate Professor of Theology and Ethics, is chair of
the Philosophy, Theology, and Ethics Department at Boston Universitys School
of Theology and Convenor of the Graduate Schools doctoral program in Science,
Philosophy, and Religion. He is the author of Fidelity with Plausibility: Modest
Christologies in the Twentieth Century (SUNY, 1997) and editor with W. Mark
Richardson of Religion and Science: History, Method, Dialogue (Routledge, 1996).
He is a member of the Boston-based Cross-Cultural Comparative Religious Ideas
Research Project, a multi-year investigation of categories that facilitate
cross-cultural religious comparison (the three volumes of results were published
by SUNY in 2000). He is also involved in the Divine Action Project jointly
sponsored by the Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences and the Vatican
Observatory. His research interests range from comparative and constructive
theology to a variety of philosophical and ethical topics within the domain of
science and religion.
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