The Role of Evangelical Women in Science

Joseph L. Spradley

Although evangelical women have played a relatively small part in science, they have made important contributions, especially since the evangelical reforms of the nineteenth century. Joseph L. Spradley proposes that the impact of these reforms in the twentieth century is evident from an analysis of the involvement of women in evangelical colleges and scientific associations. Mr. Spradley teaches physics and astronomy at Wheaton College.

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