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God’s creation is amazing—it beckons us to explore and discover. But the last century has seen an unhelpful pattern of the church disengaging from science. Science for the Church equips Christian leaders and scientists of faith with content, resources, networks, and events in pursuit of a day when science is no longer a barrier to faith, but instead augments the work of the church.

What Kind of God… Memory?

What Kind of God… Memory?

This year will be different for many of us, perhaps unlike any other. Maybe, the only familiar part of this Thanksgiving will be the memories of past holidays spent together.

Fortunately, in this pandemic-defined year, such memories can be a powerful part of how we cope and maintain hope amidst all the changes.

This week, we return to the What kind of God…? theme and ask: What kind of God would create a world and creatures so dependent on memory?

The Extended Evolutionary Synthesis

The Extended Evolutionary Synthesis

When you learned about evolution, you probably were taught about random genetic variation in populations, inheritance of traits and about the role of natural selection in bringing about the “survival of the fittest.” This is often referred to as the Modern Synthesis of evolutionary theory. Some scientists think these principles are insufficient to explain the full breadth of evolution…

Open Eyes, Open Hands

Open Eyes, Open Hands

At the center of Thanksgiving—both the holiday and the practice—is generosity. When we’re thankful for what we have, we become content, and we tend to open our eyes and our hands. We give to others. Scripture and science are both clear about this.

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Will Rose, Parish Pastor at
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

“A science engaged theology is vital for the vibrancy of the Church. Science for the Church seeks to curate a space where relationships and resources can help this vibrancy become a reality.”

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