From his days as a determined graduate assistant sharing his love for Jesus with his first class, to becoming one of the most respected engineering professors in academia, Walter Bradley remained a man of integrity, dedicated to truth and love. He’s made a difference in myriad ways from leading a small Bible study for students in his home to defending intelligent design before large crowds of his academic peers. He’s equally comfortable performing ground-breaking research for NASA, serving as an expert witness in the courtroom, or empowering people in Africa with appropriate technologies. Through it all, one thing has remained true: Walter Bradley made a crucial difference for good in countless lives.
In For a Greater Purpose: The Life and Legacy of Walter Bradley, authors Robert Marks and William Dembski detail the story of this remarkable man whose passion for God, science, higher education, and human empowerment provides an excellent model of someone who integrates faith and learning.
Robert J. Marks II is the Director and Senior Fellow of The Walter Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence and host of the Mind Matters podcast. He is a Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Baylor University and a Fellow of both the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) and the Optical Society of America. He is coauthor of the books Neural Smithing and Introduction to Evolutionary Informatics. Marks lives in McGregor , TX.
William A. Dembski is a mathematician and philosopher who serves on the board of directors for Discovery Institute and is a Distinguished Fellow of The Walter Bradley Center. Bill is the author/editor of more than twenty books as well as the writer of many peer-reviewed articles spanning mathematics, engineering, philosophy, and theology. Bill is an entrepreneur who builds educational software and websites. He lives in Denton, TX.