Evolution is the primary example of the conflict thesis between religion and science. But The Clergy Letter Project has over 15,500 (as of August 2021) signatures of clergy on a statement that suggests “evolutionary theory [is] a core component of human knowledge, fully harmonious with religious faith.”
In 2010, the International Society for Science and Religion (ISSR) compiled a definitive collection of 250 classic texts in science and religion, and also commissioned short essays introducing each one.
The Lutheran Alliance for Faith, Science, and Technology is an independent Lutheran organization dedicated to expanding awareness, encouraging conversation, and promoting action regarding the implications of science and technology for Christian faith and life.
Founded by Dr. Robert Enright, a researcher who has been studying forgiveness since 1985, the International Forgiveness Institute seeks to help people leverage Dr. Enright’s forgiveness process model in their own context.
Are you curious what your denomination is doing when it comes to caring for creation? Or perhaps you’d like to connect with a local ecumenical or interfaith group committed to this work. Or maybe you want to see what other faith-based groups are doing to take care of the environment so that you can share some ideas with your home church. Creation Justice Ministries has put together a nice list of links representing several traditions.
The Evangelical Environmental Network seeks to inspire, equip, educate, and mobilize evangelical Christians to love God and others by rediscovering and reclaiming the Biblical mandate to care for creation and working toward a stable climate and a healthy, pollution-free world. They also work closely with the Young Evangelicals for Climate Action who have their own set of resources for younger disciples of Christ who care deeply for God’s creation.