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Christians embracing Evolution

Christians embracing Evolution

Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the February 2015 SciTech newsletter, which is published by the Presbyterian Association on Science, Technology and the Christian Faith (PASTCF). R. Wesley McCoy wrote the article upon learning that the PASTCF Executive Board had granted him the Daniel W. Martin “Science as Christian Vocation” Award, which honors persons read on

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A Sunday on campus provides a fresh look at faith/science ministry ideas

A Sunday on campus provides a fresh look at faith/science ministry ideas

After becoming a “townie” this last month in our family’s big move to Champaign-Urbana or the C-U as locals say, attending the local campus church was a pleasant eye-opening experience. A few Sundays ago, I was offered a fresh look at how young adults approach faith. It was encouraging. Seeing young adults in action daily read on

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John Templeton Foundation to support psychology of religion studies

A new grant effort underway at the John Templeton Foundation: A planning grant structured to support the rare study of religion within psychology doctoral programs. The effort includes a workshop for early career scholars, and seed grants to support their research. Also funded is the initial stages of preparing a highly engaging undergraduate textbook in read on

New Fuller Seminary project gaining “STEAM” in promoting faith and science dialogue

More than 30 universities, organizations and churches across the United States are housing new faith-and-science oriented activities thanks to a grant project called STEAM, which stands for Science and Theology in Emerging Adult Ministries. The project is a partnership between Fuller Theological Seminary in California and the John Templeton Foundation. The idea is to catalyze read on

Change of date for Goshen Religion and Science Conference

Organizers of the Goshen College Religion and Science Conference have pushed back to April 7-9, 2017, the dates for the annual event that attracts students, professors and others from across the Midwest to the college campus in Goshen, Indiana. The theme is “Deep Incarnation: From Cosmos to Commitment” and the speaker will be Niels Henrik read on

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