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Science and Theology
2019 Winter Term course at Regent College. Since the advent of modernity, it has become increasingly common for people to view science and religion as being in conflict with one another. In this course, the Christian theologian’s response to this polarization will be given, and a complementary—even coinherent—position will be offered in its place, demonstrating that each of these great traditions of thought have “deep mutual relations” (T.F. Torrance).
Rethinking the Relations between Science and Religion
MAY 13-17, 2019
2019 Spring School course at Regent College taught by Peter Harrison. In this course we will consider the long history of science-religion relationships, exploring the ways in which religious factors played a positive role in the emergence of modern science and were important in establishing a permanent and prominent place for scientific activity at the heart of modern Western culture.
Biologos defines their mission as an invitation to the church and the world to see the harmony between biblical faith and science through their presentation of 'an evolutionary understanding of God's creation,' BioLogos is among the biggest names in the field, and has been at the forefront of the faith and science conversation in the US for over a decade.
The Canadian Scientific & Christian Affiliation is 'a fellowship of scientists and those interested in science' promoting exploration of the intersection between various scientific fields and the Christian faith. Like its sister association the American Scientific Affiliation (ASA), anyone can become a member.
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