Looking back on the year that was for religion and science
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In our final issue of 2018, George Murphy provides some time-tested ideas on how to organize and teach faith and science in congregations.

This year has been plentiful when it comes to new developments in applying scientific findings. Gene editing, climate change and space exploration have all made headlines, as we point out in the commentary section.

The Lutheran Alliance for Faith, Science and Technology has had a busy year too including two key events. In case you missed it, here is our coverage of the 2018 ELCA Youth Gathering in Houston. We kicked off 2018 with the Luther Seminary Mid-Winter Convocation event, where a number of Lutheran Alliance members were in attendance.

The Lutheran Alliance also published this year new resources for youth leaders. One of our Lutheran Alliance Steering Committee members also published resources for preaching on faith and science.

There were a number of other faith and science developments that took place in 2018 including book launches, campus ministry projects and a number of informative faith and science conferences. You may want to visit our news archives to get caught up.

Even as we attempt to catch our breath in this busy season of Advent, we are planning our next issue in February 2019.

Susan Barreto
Editor, Covalence
@luthcovalence
relandsci@gmail.com
 

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