Scott Scribner is a member of the International Advisory Board of the School of Spiritual Psychology in Benson, North Carolina. He studied astronomy and cultural anthropology at Harvard University’s Mount Hermon Liberal Studies Program; physics and sociology at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (where he joined NASA’s Mars Survey Vehicle Development Group); philosophy and cognition at the University of New Hampshire; and the relationship between religion and psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary and Fuller Graduate School of Psychology. His doctoral research—chaired by Robert Sardello—examined phenomenological descriptions of fear in alien abduction narratives. Scott works in the computer software industry and lives in Southern California with his wife Michele and several cats.
Introductions, Forewords, and Prefaces
Foreword by Gail Thomas, Joanne Stroud and John A. Lee
Introduction by Christopher Bamford and Scott Scribner
Contributions by Cheryl Sanders and Lee Nichol