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Botond Gaál

BOTOND GAÁL is a former Professor of Christian Dogmatics at the Debrecen Reformed Theological University. He was trained in mathematics, physics and theology. He holds a PhD in systematic theology; made research into the origins of the Reformation and is a Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Professor Gaál is known as a specialist on James Clerk Maxwell’s and Michael Polanyi’s significance for the European Christian civilisation. He has published several books and articles on the relationship between science and theology.

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