Monument to Nicolaus Copernicus in Turun, Poland. Photo by Jason Riedy, [CC BY-NC 2.0] via Flickr This spring (May 24) the church once again honored the memories of Nicolaus Copernicus and Leonhard Euler. That may provoke readers to wonder several things, such...
Photo collage by Sergio Barreto; photos by Matthew Feeney and Lance Anderson on Unsplah It may have been a chance encounter between neighbors that sparked the creation of the Ecumenical Roundtable on Science, Technology and the Church. Lutheran Church in America...
For several years now the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has been engaging the religious public — seeking to learn more about how people of faith perceive scientific work and scientists themselves, developing models that explore common...
Credit: Matt Artz via Unsplash Scripture doesn’t address the issue of climate change. As with other issues raised by modern science and technology, that wasn’t a concern of biblical writers two to three thousand years ago. The Bible does speak about weather...
Editor’s note: This is the second article in a two-part series on astrotheology. In the first installment we looked at the importance of this emerging area and how it is defined. Our brave eco-theologians and eco-ethicists strive valiantly to persuade the peoples of...
Editor’s note: This is the first of two articles on astrotheology. Next time, we will explore the ethics involved in dealing with our space neighbors. How big is God’s creation? The size of our nation? Our planet? Our galaxy? Or, the entire 94 billion...
The seminar aims to intellectually prepare high school students for college. The seminar will examine the meaning of virtue, the substance of human nature, the question of human flourishing, the
The seminar aims to intellectually prepare high school students for college. The seminar will examine the meaning of virtue, the substance of human nature, the question of human flourishing, the metaphysics of reality, and the nature of “truth.” Click here for more information.
July 9 (Tuesday) - August 14 (Wednesday)
Duke University Kenan Institute for Ethics
102 West Duke Building, 1364 Campus Drive, East Campus, Durham, NC 27708
American Scientific Affiliation Annual MeetingWheaton College501 College Avenue, Wheaton, IL 61087
Kenneth Miller is the keynote speaker for this year’s American Scientific Affiliation meeting in Wheaton, IL. His talk will be on “Darwin, God, and Design: Grandeur in an Evolutionary View
Kenneth Miller is the keynote speaker for this year’s American Scientific Affiliation meeting in Wheaton, IL. His talk will be on “Darwin, God, and Design: Grandeur in an Evolutionary View of Life.”
Kenneth R. Miller is Professor of Biology at Brown University. He serves as an advisor on life sciences to The NewsHour, a daily PBS television program on news and public affairs and is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Miller is coauthor, with Joseph S. Levine, of a series of high school and college biology textbooks used by millions of students nationwide. In 2005 he served as lead witness in the Kitzmiller v. Dover trial on evolution and intelligent design in Pennsylvania.
july 19 (Friday) - 22 (Monday)
501 College Avenue, Wheaton, IL 61087
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