Karl Giberson is a leading public voice in America’s creation-evolution controversy. He has a Ph.D in physics from Rice University. He teaches science & religion, and writing seminars at Stonehill College and blogs for the Huffington Post and other venues. His book Saving Darwin: How to be a Christian and Believe in Evolution was recognized as “one of the best books of 2008” by the Washington Post.
Giberson has appeared on NPR's Talk of the Nation, the Milton Rosenberg show and other radio programs, and been featured in the NY Times, USA Today, CNN.com, Salon.com, the Guardian and other leading publications. He has lectured at the Vatican, Oxford University, London’s Thomas Moore Institute, The Ettore Majorana Center in Sicily, The Venice Institute of Arts and Letters, The University of Navarre in Spain, and other venue. Giberson has authored and co-authored 9 books, including Seven Glorious Days, The Wonder of the Universe, The Anointed, and Quantum Leap. His work has been translated into Italian, Spanish, Romanian, Polish, and Portugese.