In Science and the Good: The Tragic Quest for the Foundations of Morality (Yale University Press, 2018), co-authors James Davison Hunter and Paul Nedelisky narrate the origins and development of the centuries-long attempt to discover a scientific foundation for right and wrong. The following is the second part of an interview with Paul Nedelisky, who …
Paul Nedelisky | Our interview with Paul Nedelisky, Assistant Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia, about new moral science as part of a centuries-long attempt to discover a scientific foundation for right and wrong.
Alan Chettle | Our interview with Alan Chettle, a Campus Minister with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship of Canada at the University of Alberta. Alan has a background in Engineering and undertook doctoral studies in Aerospace Engineering.
Morgan Wills | Modern health care in the West has provided healing and hope for many, but it also has had its challenges. Often the uninsured, the immigrant, and the refuge have difficulty in western medicine.
John Lennox | The second part of our interview with Prof. John Lennox explores his recent work on Artificial Intelligence and his views of how church leaders and church congregations might carry on meaningful conversations about science.
John Lennox | Regent Interface has recently interviewed Professor John Lennox. The first part of the interview focuses on Prof. Lennox’s work as a Mathematician and on his approach to the science-and-religion debate.
David N. Livingstone | Darwinism has been a flashpoint in many conversations about faith and science. Contrary to popular belief, though, not all Christians have responded in the same way to Darwin's work.
Denis Alexander | If humanity is made in the image of God, what can we learn from genetics? How current scientific approaches to genetics square with a scriptural approach to human identity?
David Robinson | "We’re equipping future Christian leaders to engage directly with forefront science. We want them to see that scientists can be allies, and vice versa."
Deborah Haarsma | When should and shouldn’t Christians listen to science? How can Christians bring a faithful witness to the public square? How do we address tensions and misinformation in our churches?
Jennifer Wiseman | How does her work inform her faith? What does astronomy teach us about humanity's place in the universe? And (we couldn't not ask): what's up with aliens?
Matt Humphrey | How do we cultivate a right relationship to place and space in a mobile society? And is it possible to engage with these issues without getting political?
An interview with Bethany Sollereder in advance of her summer lecture at Regent College, “God, Evolution, and Animal Suffering: Theodicy Without a Fall.”
Yonghua Ge | An interview with ACTS Seminary professor Yonghua Ge about the theological notion of creation “out of nothing” - creatio ex nihilo
A second interview with Sarah Coakley about her experience in hospital and prison chaplaincies, the category of "race"/racism, and what her scientific study means for her systematics.
Evolutionary Biology, Apologetics, and the Training of Theologians:
An Interview with Sarah Coakley, Part One
An interview with Sarah Coakley, Emeritus Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge, about her work at the interface of theology and the biological sciences.
An interview with David Clough, Professor of Theological Ethics at the University of Chester (UK) in advance of his public lecture at Regent College.
Darian Stahl | Darian was recently awarded Canada’s prestigious Vanier Graduate Scholarship for arts-based research on the health humanities, patient narrative, and chronic illness.