Niels Henrik Gregersen | Ecotheology has been criticized for promoting an indiscriminate ethic based on a selective use of the sciences. In order to reorient the discourse, Professor Gregersen presents a typology of three ecologies.
Christ in a World of Creativity and Suffering: Deep Incarnation and the Evolution of Biological Agency
Niels Henrik Gregersen | In this lecture, Niels presents his influential notion of “deep incarnation,” which draws on the broad-scale material meaning of the biblical concept of “flesh” as well as early patristic Christologies.
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?
Bethany Sollereder | This talk embarks on an adventure in the theology of creation, reflecting on what science has uncovered about the history of life and what it means for belief in a living and loving God.
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
David Robinson | This lecture revisits the nineteenth-century context of William Paley's famous argument that the precise functionality of nature leads us to infer a divine designer, as well as Charles Darwin's critical response in On the Origin of Species.
Sarah Coakley | This lecture draws on recent developments in mathematical biology to outline a richer, multi-levelled depiction of evolution, and presents the philosophical, ethical, and theological implications.