This month the Lutheran Alliance for Faith, Science and Technology is looking forward to inviting thousands of ELCA youth and their leaders to join in “Exploring God’s Worlds” in an interactive display that includes a truly cosmic scavenger hunt of sorts that will...
In this issue, two writers contribute thought-provoking pieces offer somewhat complimentary views of humanity’s place in the cosmos. Geologist Karl Evans gives us a new way to view our place in the creation with a thought experiment that relays the history of all...
Stephen Hawking’s death last month rekindled an intriguing set of questions about whether scientists need to clarify their belief in God and whether it matters in the public square. A number of online rumors that have surfaced and have since been addressed by the...
Editor’s note: What follows is the text from the Affirmation of Creation that was read and approved at the 222nd General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA) earlier this year (June 22) with a vote of 305 to 264. Following the Affirmation is a rationale for its...
A friend of my son and recent grad from a local Jesuit high school recently exclaimed, “That just doesn’t make sense!” when I mentioned a field of scholarship called “religion-and-science.” His argument was that one is studying either one or the other, but that both...
Lenoir-Rhyne University’s Institute for Faith and Learning is sponsoring weekly “Religion, Science and Ministry” classes in the fellowship hall at St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church. Mindy Makant, associate professor of religious
Lenoir-Rhyne University’s Institute for Faith and Learning is sponsoring weekly “Religion, Science and Ministry” classes in the fellowship hall at St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church. Mindy Makant, associate professor of religious studies and director of the Living Well Center, leads the class sessions, which are free and open to the public.The guest speaker for this session is is the Rev. Dr. Brian Peterson.
No registration is necessary. “Religion, Science and Ministry” will explore how individuals can engage questions of science faithfully in a local congregation setting. To learn more, contact Mindy Makant at email@example.com or call 828-328-7188.
(Monday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
St. Andrews Lutheran Church
629 8th St NE, Hickory, NC 28601
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