A new topic in the religion and science dialogue has emerged called “Transhumanism.” The trends and questions evolving out of this aspect of the biological sciences are capturing the attention of ethicists and theologians. This month, and next, Phil...
Sleepy little Goshen, Indiana is well known for its Amish community, but is now also a religion and science Mecca in that since 2001 it has been home to discussions in theology and science that highlight internationally known leaders in the ongoing dialogue on belief...
Although Gayle Woloschak spends her days in the laboratory of Northwestern University, she recalls that she could have easily been a philosopher. Perhaps it was the secondhand copy of Darwin’s Origin of the Species that her mom gave her to read at a tender age,...
There have been many challenges over the years at the intersection of faith and biology. Yes, we know we are human, but we like to think we are something more than our nature or genetic make-up. Human uniqueness from our animal brethren is not something all...
“The Future of Creation: Foundations for a Just and Sustainable World” addresses a key element in making a better world: developing effective, equitable, and sustainable responses to environmental degradation. This
“The Future of Creation: Foundations for a Just and Sustainable World” addresses a key element in making a better world: developing effective, equitable, and sustainable responses to environmental degradation. This course is organized by the Zygon Center for Religion and Science and the lectures are is open to the public. The lecture for this week is from Dr. Kwame Pitts on “The Gospel in Ecological Crisis.” More information and the schedule can be found at www.zygoncenter.org.
(Monday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
1100 E. 55th St.
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