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...
Whether or how religious people believe in the findings of science or whether or how scientists themselves can also be religious has been part of the line of questioning in a number of surveys over the years. The results are still rolling in as those in academia are...
The question of whether we humans depend too much on technology seems to be an age-old one for those of us in the Internet age. We wonder whether fears over childhood development in relation to smartphone use are valid, or whether our technology is making us smarter...
The climate in America continues to be politically charged and nowhere is this more evident than when it comes to the topic of climate change. There seems to be a real disagreement over scientific facts in the mass media that is growing almost daily. We wrote about...
Chicagoans interested in human origins often attend a long-running lecture series in Hyde park called “The Epic of Creation” at the Zygon Center for Religion and Science housed at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago. Little do many know that this corner of the...
Given that it is the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, it was only natural that this issue of Covalence be devoted to an historical look at how science was viewed at the time. First off, let’s look at what happened in sparking the Reformation. In 1517, a German...
The 37th Annual Cosmos & Creation Conference will be held on Friday, June 14 through Sunday, June 16. The keynote speaker will be Robert Bishop, who
The 37th Annual Cosmos & Creation Conference will be held on Friday, June 14 through Sunday, June 16. The keynote speaker will be Robert Bishop, who is the John and Madeleine McIntyre Endowed Professor of Philosophy and History of Science at Wheaton College. Bishop’s research centers on philosophy of science, philosophy of mind and psychology, and metaphysics. The topic of his presentation will be: A Trinitarian Doctrine of Creation and Science.
june 14 (Friday) - 16 (Sunday)
Loyola University Maryland
4501 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210
Faith and Science in a Changing Climate: Modeling a Just ResponseGustavus Adolphus College800 W College Ave, St Peter, MN 56082
High school students will be pondering ways to address climate change in light of their faith at this summer’s Gustavus Academy for Faith, Science and Ethics
High school students will be pondering ways to address climate change in light of their faith at this summer’s Gustavus Academy for Faith, Science and Ethics at Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota. The program now in its third year is titled “Faith and Science in a Changing Climate: Modeling a Just Response.” Speakers include: Rev. Dr. Barbara Rossing, Professor of New Testament at Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago; James Martin-Schramm, Professor of Religion at Luther College; Jeff Jeremiason, Professor of Chemistry and Program Director in Environmental Studies at Gustavus Adolphus College; and Rev. Abby Mohaupt, Moderator of Fossil Free PCUSA and Co-Director of the Green Seminary Initiative.
june 22 (Saturday) - 28 (Friday)
Gustavus Adolphus College
800 W College Ave, St Peter, MN 56082
The CRISPR Apple on the Tree of Knowledge: Bioengineering, Gene Editing and the Human FutureStar Island
Speakers and program committee members include: Michael Ruse, Florida State University; Ted Peters, Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary; Arvin Gouw, Rare Genomics Institute; and Arthur Sutherland, Loyola University Maryland.
june 22 (Saturday) - 29 (Saturday)
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