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Louis Charles Birch FAA (8 February 1918 – 19 December 2009) was an Australian geneticist specialising in population ecology and was also well known as a theologian, writing widely on the topic of science and religion, winning the Templeton Prize in 1990.[1] The prize recognised his work ascribing intrinsic value to all life. Birch's academic appointments at the University of Sydney have included Professor of Zoology from 1960-63, and Professor of Biology from 1963-83. He has been styled Emeritus Professor since 1983. Publications The Distribution and Abundance of Animals, with H. G. Andrewartha. University of Chicago Press, 1954 Nature and God, SCM Press, 1965 Confronting the Future: Australia and the world: the next hundred years, Penguin Books, 1975 (2nd edition 1993) ISBN 0-14-021937-4 Genetics and the Quality of Life, with Paul Abrecht. Pergamon Press, 1975. ISBN 0-08-018210-0 Another Australia in a Just and Sustainable Global Society: An Address University of Newcastle, 1976. The Liberation of Life: From the Cell to the Community, with John B. Cobb Jr., Cambridge University Press, 1981. ISBN 0-521-23787-4 The Ecological Web: more on the distribution and abundance of animals, with H. G. Andrewartha. University of Chicago Press, 1984. ISBN 0-226-02033-9 Liberating Life: Contemporary Approaches to Ecological Theory, Orbis, 1990 ISBN 0-88344-689-8 On Purpose, UNSW Press, 1990. ISBN 0-86840-371-7 (published in the USA as A Purpose for Everything: Religion in a Postmodern World View, Twentythird Publications, 1990. ISBN 0-89622-453-8) Regaining Compassion for Humanity and Nature, UNSW Press, 1993. ISBN 0-86840-213-3 Feelings, UNSW Press, 1995. ISBN 0-86840-151-X Living With the Animals: The Community of God's Creatures, with Lukas Vischer. Risk Book Series, World Council of Churches, 1996. ISBN 2-8254-1227-9 Biology and the Riddle of Life, co-published by UNSW Press (Australia), 1999. ISBN 0-86840-785-2 Life and Work: Challenging Economic Man, with David Paul. UNSW Press, 2003. ISBN 0-86840-670-8 Science and Soul, co-published by UNSW Press (Australia), 2007 and Templeton Foundation Press (USA), 2008. ISBN 978-0-86840-958-0 References ^ Birch, Louis Charles (Charles) (1918 - ). The University of Melbourne Scholarship Research Centre, 1994 - 2007 External links Australian Biography - Charles Birch Charles Birch, Science and Soul - Charles Birch interviewed by Stephen Crittenden on The Religion Report, ABC Radio National, 19 December 2007 Obituary - Sydney Morning Herald 23 December 2009 v · d · e Templeton Prize laureates Mother Teresa (1973) • Frère Roger (1974) • Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan (1975) • Leo Joseph Suenens (1976) • Chiara Lubich (1977) • Thomas Torrance (1978) • Nikkyo Niwano (1979) • Ralph Wendell Burhoe (1980) • Cicely Saunders (1981) • Billy Graham (1982) • Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (1983) • Michael Bourdeaux (1984) • Alister Hardy (1985) • James I. McCord (1986) • Stanley Jaki (1987) • Inamullah Khan (1988) • Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker & George MacLeod (1989) • Baba Amte & Charles Birch (1990) • Immanuel Jakobovits (1991) • Kyung-Chik Han (1992) • Charles Colson (1993) • Michael Novak (1994) • Paul Davies (1995) • Bill Bright (1996) • Pandurang Shastri Athavale (1997) • Sigmund Sternberg (1998) • Ian Barbour (1999) • Freeman Dyson (2000) • Arthur Peacocke (2001) • John Polkinghorne (2002) • Holmes Rolston III (2003) • George Ellis (2004) • Charles Townes (2005) • John D. Barrow (2006) • Charles Taylor (2007) • Michał Heller (2008) • Bernard d'Espagnat (2009) • Francisco J. Ayala (2010) Persondata Name Birch, Charles Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death