The emotion of awe can be a bridge between science and faith. Just as worship can bring us to our knees, so can our experience of the natural world that science reveals to us. In recent years, awe has become a subject of scientific study and psychologists are beginning to understand the impact it has on us.
The Ciencia, Fe y Esperanza (i.e., Science, Faith, and Hope) project addresses the disconnection between faith and science in the Latinx community with the intent of creating a safe space for dialogue, providing education, and encouraging young people to see STEM careers as vocational callings.
This collection of essays from BioLogos offers insight into what it might mean for God to act in a world that is seemingly governed by natural laws. The five essays come from a breadth of theological and disciplinary perspectives.
In this Youthworker article, Andy Root and Erik Leafblad summarize research about youth group engagement with science and offer youth leaders three suggestions for moving forward.
Matters of choice, responsibility, and free will have entranced and entangled philosophers, theologians, and scientists for millennia. These questions cut to the heart of what it means to be human, and at times to the very nature of reality itself. So what do we know about it?