[Rodney Stark quotes Father Jaki's books in this work, and also wrote a short profile of him, here reported.]
“Stanley Jaki (1924–2009) was a Hungarian Benedictine priest who earned his doctorate in theology from the Pontifical University [of Sant'Anselmo] in Rome and then pursued the study of physics at Fordham University, followed by studies at Stanford University, the University of California, Berkeley, and finally at the Institute for Advanced Studies at Princeton. In 1975, he became distinguished professor of physics at Seton Hall University.
Beginning in 1966 he published a book nearly every year (sometimes two); the last book came out the year before his death.
Of these, I learned much from his The Savior of Science (1988).”
-- Stark, Rodney. Bearing False Witness: Debunking centuries of anti-Catholic history (p. 140).