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Roberts, Noel K. 1929- (Noel Keith Roberts)

Roberts, Noel K. 1929- (Noel Keith Roberts)

PERSONAL:

Born December 25, 1929, in Perth, Western Australia, Australia; son of Albert Charles and Phyllis Roberts; married Betty Goerke, January 12, 1955; children: Lucy, David, Catherine, Bernard, Paul, Simon, Michael. Education: University of Western Australia, B.S., 1950, B.A., 1955; University of Tasmania, B.S. (with honors), 1956, D.Phil., 1961; Melbourne College of Divinity, B.D., 1992. Religion: Roman Catholic.

ADDRESSES:

Home—Lenah Valley, Tasmania, Australia. E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER:

University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia, associate professor of chemistry, 1955-89; Tasmanian College of Ministries, lecturer in biblical Hebrew and New Testament Greek, 1993—. Pax Romana, Australian representative to Secretariat for Scientific Questions.

AWARDS, HONORS:

German Academic Exchange Service scholarship for University of Munich, 1978, 1984.

WRITINGS:

From Piltdown Man to Point Omega, Peter Lang (New York, NY), 2000.

Contributor to books, including Scientifica: A Comprehensive Guide to the World of Science, Millennium House, 2008. Contributor of more than fifty articles to scientific, medical, and theology journals, including Nature, European Journal of Nuclear Medicine, Australian Journal of Chemistry, Chronobiologica, New Blackfriars, Compass Theology Review, Linacre Quarterly, and Journal of Physical Chemistry.

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