Hsinchuang 242 // Fu Jen Catholic University
Frank Budenholzer is Professor of Chemistry and Academic Coordinator of the Center for the Study of Science and Religion (CSSR-FJ) at Fu Jen Catholic University in Hsinchuang, Taiwan. He is also part-time lecturer in the departments of philosophy and religious studies at Fu Jen. He received a Ph.D. degree from the University of Illinois in Chicago in physical chemistry and a Master of Arts degree from the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago in philosophical theology. His field of scientific research is theoretical and computational molecular reaction dynamics. In the cross-disciplinary study of religion and science, his main interests include the relationship of religion and science in the context of Chinese culture, applications of the thought of Bernard Lonergan to religion-science issues and research ethics. Dr. Budenholzer is an ordained Catholic priest and a member of the religious community of the Society of the Divine Word (SVD).
Religion and Science in the Context of Chinese Culture (edited volume)
Co-authors: Eds: Frank Budenholzer; Chan, Tak-kwong; Tsai, Yi-Jia,