Editor’s note: Covalence’s Theological Editor George Murphy offers up his commentary on the current state of religion and science as Editor Susan Barreto takes a hiatus this month. Her regular column will return in the November edition. Several years ago we had a...
Editor’s note: As the Lutheran Alliance for Faith, Science and Technology prepares to engage young minds with an interactive booth on faith and science at the upcoming National Youth Gathering July 15-19 in Detroit, our theological editor George Murphy took a few...
People sometimes feel the need to have a “patron saint” of some cause or movement, especially if it has any connection with the church. As far as I know, however, there is no generally recognized patron saint of science-theology dialogue. Francis of Assisi has been...
This past March an announcement of major cosmological significance was made by the BICEP2 (Background Imaging of Cosmic Extragalactic Polarization #2) collaboration. The effect of gravitational waves from the primordial inflation of the universe on the cosmic...
Editor’s note: This piece was originally shared as a discussion starter during a session of the ELCA Theological Roundtable, hosted by the Theological Discernment Team in the Office of the Presiding Bishop. The Roundtable is a network of networks, bringing together...
Sponsored by the Templeton Religion Trust, this conference will look on research on virtue. Further details of the conference program can be found online at http://ctshf.nd.edu/news/call-for-papers-practicing-science-virtues-values-and-the-good-life/.
This conference is the culmination of a three-year project at the University of Notre Dame, exploring the relationship between virtue and scientific practice with a focus on laboratory research in
This conference is the culmination of a three-year project at the University of Notre Dame, exploring the relationship between virtue and scientific practice with a focus on laboratory research in biology. Speakers include: Kristján Kristjánsson, Andrew Pinsent, Michael Spezio, Matthew Stanely, Anna Abram, Markus Christen, Fern Eldson Baker, Don Howard, Antje Jackelén, Gerald McKenny, Darcia Narvaez and Michael Welker. More info at www.ctshf.nd.edu.
august 9 (Thursday) - 12 (Sunday)
Notre Dame London Global Gateway
1 Suffolk St
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