What does it mean to be human? Should we focus on what makes us unique or what makes us similar? This 9-minute video from Science for Seminaries looks at paleontology, modern genetics, and the fossil record and suggests that our journey to becoming human has the potential to tear down walls of division and give reason to celebrate the unity and diversity of human beings.
What does race mean socially and genetically? How does it matter and not matter in the fields of genetics and medicine? And how does all of it inform our purusit of God? Georgia Mae Dunston, professor of human immunogenetics and founding director of the National Human Genome Center at Howard University shares her research.
Many churches are now wrestling with the myriad decisions that need to be made in order to reopen safely. Christianity Today offers guideposts for decision-making and science-informed advice on practical matters to consider.
Part of pastoring is looking out for the well-being of communities in all their human needs. Coronavirus has brought many of those needs to the forefront in new ways including the human need to connect with others. What are psychologists learning about this need right now?