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Patrick Glynn

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Patrick Glynn is a Christian apologist, currently the Senior Technical Policy Advisor for the Office of the Deputy Director for Science Programs at the U.S. Department of Energy[1] in Washington, D.C. and former arms negotiator for the Reagan administration. Glynn holds a Ph.D. from Harvard and was an professor of Physics at Georgetown. Glynn describes himself as a former atheist.

He is a strong promoter of the anthropic principle, which he believes more and more scientists are beginning to accept, though he does not provide any solid evidence that this is so.

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  1. Deputy Director for Science Programs, US Department of Energy


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