Greg Dawes

Greg Dawes gained his first graduate degree at the Pontifical Biblical Institute
Rome (1988) before completing PhDs in Biblical Studies (1995) and Philosophy (2007).
His earlier work examined the challenges to belief that arose from the historical study of
Christian origins. This led him to the study of the relations between science and religion
and, more generally, of the various ‘modes of thought’ found across cultures. His recent
books include Galileo and the Conflict between Religion and Science (Routledge, 2016),
Religion, Philosophy and Knowledge (Palgrave Pivot, 2016), and Deprovincializing Science
and Religion (Cambridge Elements, 2021).