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Sr. Adrian Hofstetter is a Dominican nun, science teacher, and civil rights activist.
'This remarkable collection of essays bears witness to the passionate commitment of the author to social justice, the understanding of science and modern spirituality.' -- John B. Thomson, New View, Summer 2005 'These luminous essays reflect the thought and deep work of a woman whose long and brilliant life has engaged some of the most profound revelations of our time.' -- Jean Houston, author of A Mythic Life : Learning to Live our Greater Story 'These essays let us participate in a personal spiritual journey to overcome the rifts between philosophy, religion, and science that characterized the twentieth century. We can learn much from them.' -- Craig Holdrege, author of Genetics and the Manipulation of Life 'May her witness inspire other generations to let a vision of faith open the human dimensions of science, as mentors like Owen Barfield and Rudolph Steiner guide us to a contemporary Thomas Aquinas.' -- David B. Burrell, University of Notre Dame