Intelligent design, science, and theology

Intelligent design, science, and theology

In his “Evolution and Mystery: Confessions of a Darwinian Skeptic,” Shedinger doesn’t define the “growing and respected intellectual movement” to which he refers in his first paragraph. On further reading, however, it seems likely that it’s the intelligent design...
Living in the real AI world

Living in the real AI world

Photo by Frank V. via Unsplash Alexa seems to know what I want to watch and when, Google search seems to know my wishes too when I search for my favorite restaurant online and perhaps even more interesting is that even the success of my 401(k) investments will...
Can science alone explain our world?

Can science alone explain our world?

Photo by Chromatograph via Unsplash From time to time, someone will say something like “One of these days, science will be able to explain everything and we won’t need religion.” This idea badly misunderstands both science and religion. Let’s examine what this idea...
It’s not easy being green in the church

It’s not easy being green in the church

Photo by N. Manginas via The Echumenical Patriarchate As the song goes, so it is in today’s world. But that doesn’t mean theologians, seminarians and churchwide organizations are not up to the task of “greening” how they do what they do in the faith...
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