Why should churches care about neuroscience? Well, here are some very practical, church-based examples from Columbia Theological Seminary.
Princeton Theological Seminary’s Institute for Youth Ministry produced a blog series on engaging science in the practice of youth ministry.
Calvin Seminary created an opportunity for Christians in various scientific disciplines to write essays telling their churches about their scientific work.
S. Joshua Swamidass, an associate professor in the Laboratory and Genomic Medicine Division at Washington University in St Louis, shares some of the evidence for the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Psychologist and pastor David C. Wang is expert on both trauma and spiritual formation. He blends his expertise together to help us navigate the trauma and the grief that arise from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Psychologist and professor Justin L. Barrett lays out seven ways pastors might use science in the pulpit.