Case Study of Faith-Academic Discipline Integration: Statistical Inference

(Hello world! I know it has been quite some time since I posted anything new here. This semester of Ph.D. coursework has kept me otherwise engaged, and that on top of my full-time teaching responsibilities. There are a number of projects that should come to completion this summer which will give me a whole new wave of exciting posts to share. In the meantime I was grateful to receive an email from guest contributor Andrew Hartley sharing the slides and his notes from a presentation he gave at Dordt College on the integration of Christian faith and statistics. Click on the image below to view the presentation or click here. Enjoy.)

by Andrew Hartley

Andrew Hartley is the author of Christian and Humanist Foundations for Statistical Inference; Religious Control of Statistical Paradigms. For more information on this work, please visit the Resource Book page. Guest author Steve Bishop posted an interview with Andrew as part of his series on Christian Mathematicians.

Hartley Lecture

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