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The March for Science Is Willing to Get Political. But Will It Welcome Religion?
How evangelical scientists square their place in the global movement.
(For context: Most Americans, and most Christians themselves, fall somewhere between the creationism and evolution camps.). The Discovery Institute
Does It Really Matter? How Generational Dynamics Impact Our Evangelism
We need different methods for reaching those over 40 and under 40.
Let me share three points that I believe are helpful. First, we must understand the whole idea and evolution of tolerance in the American culture. Those
Died: Peter Berger, Prominent Sociologist of Religion
(UPDATED) His work 'made all the theologians just want to be sociologists when they grew up.'
(UPDATED) His work 'made all the theologians just want to be sociologists when they grew up.'.
Discrimination That Is Necessary For A Civil Society: A Response To David Gushee
Is it possible to embrace appropriate distinctions between social equality and uniformity of beliefs?
georgehguthrie.com. As I mentioned, George is at Union University, which is where David Gushee served before his theological evolution. (They served
Melvin Banks Had a Dream
An interview with the founder of the largest African American Christian publishing house.
That's a good question. Two primary developments come to mind: the evolution of the pastor's role and the nature of the church's engagement with issues of race.
What Science Says About the Age of Accountability Subscriber Access Only
The latest research on good, evil, and infants.
Bloom notes that evolutionary father Alfred Russel Wallace believed that a godly force must have intervened in human evolution since the “higher moral faculties” were higher than what
Pro-Evolution Tenured Professor Laid Off from Nazarene UniversitySubscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) President puts Tom Oord's termination on hold after three-quarters of faculty vote 'no confidence.'
Pro-Evolution Tenured Professor Laid Off from Nazarene University. Alexander had previously clashed with Oord, who supports evolution and open theology, over matters of belief.
Christian College President Quits After Attempted Layoff of Pro-Evolution ProfessorSubscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) Trustees stand by decision to drop Tom Oord.
Christian College President Quits After Attempted Layoff of Pro-Evolution Professor. Oord clashed with the school's former president over his views about evolution and open theism.
Weekend Edition: September 25, 2015
Pope Francis, Syrian Refugees, and more on this week's iteration of Weekend Edition.
Evolution of a Court—Sandra Stanley. Read this. It bothered me. It's good advice. “Hitler himself put up no visible resistance to the evolution of a court.”.
The Next Chapter for Christian PublishingSubscriber Access Only
Instead of saying goodbye to the ‘Golden Age,’ it’s time for us welcome a new era.
Instead of saying goodbye to the 'Golden Age,' it's time for us welcome a new era.
Are Faith and Science Compatible?
Hanging out with Christian scientists taught me even more about the nature of God.
I'm very interested in the way Christians interpret Scripture (which, at least on the Christian side of the debate, seems to be the crucial matter at stake when discussing evolution), and I
Americans and the Creation v. Evolution Debate
Tonight, Ken Ham and Bill Nye will debate about the origins of life. What do Americans think about the beginning?
Americans and the Creation v. Evolution Debate. Americans and the Creation v. Evolution Debate. In the past, I have written a bit on creation and evolution here, here, and here.
Morning Roundup 3/18/15
Evangelicals and Science; How to Read Your Bible; 10 Myths About Christians
Now, the myth that bites the data dust, may be the one that proclaims evangelicals are a monolithic group opposed to the scientific view of human evolution.
Morning Roundup 3/24/15
Evangelicals and Science; New Life Montgomery; Work in Honduras
Such findings confirm that there are real tensions among evangelicals regarding some of the assumptions of science, Ecklund said, and hot-button issues such as evolution do cause
Christianity Today’s 2017 Book Awards
Our picks for the books most likely to shape evangelical life, thought, and culture.
his perspective as a veteran national religion reporter, the book is filled with fascinating anecdotes about major religious figures and thoughtful reflections on the evolution of American
Noah: Five Negative Features about this Film
Dr. Jerry Johnson, President of the NRB, shares some negatives of the new Bible film.
The theistic evolution scene will be a concern for many. Let's be clear about what this is, and what it isn't. This is macro-evolution, from amoeba to aardvark.
New & Noteworthy BooksSubscriber Access Only
Compiled by Matt Reynolds
New & Noteworthy Books. Compiled by Matt Reynolds. Matt Reynolds| June 23, 2016. How I Changed My Mind About Evolution: Evangelicals Reflect on Faith and Science.
Noah: Application for Christians and Hollywood
Dr. Jerry Johnson, President of the NRB, answers the question, "Should we go see the Noah movie?"
This week we critiqued the movie's negatives because Aronofsky gets important features wrong: Noah's character, the environment, evolution, angelology, and scriptural details.
A New Creation StorySubscriber Access Only
Why do more homeschoolers want evolution in their textbooks?
A New Creation Story. Why do more homeschoolers want evolution in their textbooks? A New Creation Story. Why do more homeschoolers want evolution in their textbooks?
How Culture Shapes Scientists' Thinking About God's PlanetSubscriber Access Only
Former Harvard astronomer Owen Gingerich challenges the notion that religion and science inhabit separate spheres.
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Even today you have in America only a fair majority of people who accept his theory of evolution. None of that evolution stuff makes any sense unless you have a long time to play it out.
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Spiritual Longing on the Silver Screen
Spiritual Longing on the Silver Screen
How the makers (and watchers) of movies are engaged in a kind of prayer.
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