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The History and Future of the American Scientific Affiliation in the Science-Faith Dialogue

The History and Future of the American Scientific Affiliation in the Science-Faith Dialogue

The story of the American Scientific Affiliation (ASA) begins in Los Angeles in the early 1930’s. The cultural setting in the United States when the ASA was founded was a time when many conservative Christians felt they were being targeted in a culture war between science and the Bible. The Scopes “Monkey Trial” had just read on

Commentary

Telling the story

Telling the story

What is the greatest story ever told? What is the greatest story you’ve ever told? Do they have anything in common? For theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss, the greatest story ever told — according to his new book with that title — is that of science. “Every atom in your body came from a star that read on

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Templeton funds a two-year reporting project on science and religion

The Religion News Foundation received a two-year $210,000 grant from the John Templeton Foundation to help inform the public about how science and religion intersect. The “Double Helix” project is slated to result in at least 40 original news and feature story packages produced by the Religion News Foundation’s subsidiary, Religion News Service. The stories read on

Lutheran Alliance to host two-part lecture on CRISPR

The Lutheran Alliance for Faith, Science and Technology is hosting a two-part public lecture on Friday, April 28 at the Lutheran Center in Chicago, “Being the Church in the Age of Biological Manipulation.” The lectures are part of the 2017 meeting of the Ecumenical Roundtable for Science, Technology and the Church held on April 27-29 read on

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