Creatures of culture and stardust

Creatures of culture and stardust

In the April issue of Covalence Dr. Phil Hefner writes, “We are creatures of stardust, some like to say. Biologically, we declare our kinship with all life forms that emerge in the primal soup, or the primal steam vents, or whatever original conditions are denoted by...
“We are all geeks!”

“We are all geeks!”

“We are all geeks”! At least that’s how the ELCA’s general interest publication, The Lutheran, entitled a January 2014 article on ‘living lives of faith in a scientific world’. Five scientists from various fields and vocations were interviewed by author Laura Gifford....
Two views about Luther and science

Two views about Luther and science

Niels Henrik Gregersen is Professor of Systematic Theology at the University of Copenhagen.  His research areas of interest include 1) developing a contemporary Christian theology in the context of secularized and multi-religious Western societies and 2) bringing...
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