About the Book
Eric Hedin was enjoying a productive career as a physics professor at Ball State University when the letter from a militant atheist arrived and all hell broke loose. The conflict spilled first onto the pages of the local newspaper, and then into the national news. The atheist attack included threats from the Freedom from Religion Foundation, which targeted Hedin after learning his Boundaries of Science course exposed students to an evidence-based case for design and purpose in cosmology, physics, and biochemistry. Canceled Science tells the dramatic story of the atheist campaign to cancel Hedin’s course, reveals the evidence the atheists tried to bury, and explores discoveries that have revolutionized our understanding of the nature and origin of matter, space, and even time itself.
About the Author
Eric R. Hedin earned his PhD in experimental plasma physics from the University of Washington and conducted post-doctoral research at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. He has served as a professor of physics and astronomy at Taylor University and Ball State University in Indiana, and at Biola University in Southern California. At Ball State, his research interests focused on computational nano-electronics and higher-dimensional physics.
A profound and insightful look at a vital dimension of scientific inquiry from a courageous scientist. Physicist Eric Hedin shows us how science, more than ever, points to a cosmos charged with meaning and purpose, a universe in which life is no accident.Rice Broocks, author of God’s Not Dead
Canceled Science by Dr. Hedin brilliantly exposes real science truth beyond the constrained materialistic boundaries. An excellent book for all researchers, teachers, and students interested in unbiased origins strategies.Dr. Henry D. Voss, Emeritus Professor of Physics and Engineering at Taylor University, and Chief Scientist at NearSpace Launch (NSL)
In his book, Canceled Science, Dr. Hedin reviews some key theories of modern science. His skillful explanation of difficult topics is done with a sense of curiosity and humility. Hedin describes the exceptional fine tuning of the laws of nature and physical constants that allows the universe to have life. With clarity Hedin explains the problems that science has explaining the origins of the universe and life on Earth. In all of this he sees evidence of an intelligent designer. He also tells a personal story of the controversy caused by a college course he developed and taught dealing with the boundaries of science. In this course students were challenged to consider questions they have about themselves, nature and the meaning of life.Ronald Kaitchuck
Emeritus Professor of Physics and Astronomy
Ball State University