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The Cradle of Humankind

The Cradle of Humankind

The Cradle of Humankind World Heritage site is one half of a story told by both science and Scripture: not only are we one in Christ, all bearers of God’s image, but every human being shares 99.9 percent of our DNA. To use the words from the Cradle of Humankind’s website, “our collective umbilical cord lies buried” in Africa.  It is a story about the unity of humankind.

Our Common Humanity

Our Common Humanity

Together, scripture and science, tell a remarkably similar story—despite all the difference and variation we see among humans—we share a common humanity. For science, it is known through our DNA. For faith, it comes from our unity in Christ and the image of God granted to each and every one us.

It is a simple story that binds us together in our common humanity. But do we really believe it?

Engaging Science with Marginalized Communities of Faith

Engaging Science with Marginalized Communities of Faith

We know that science engagement ranks low for marginalized communities of faith. However, we remain committed to helping all churches embrace science as a means for spiritual growth. As a result, SftC is committed to finding ways to foster science equity for BIPOC, engaging and leveraging diverse voices, and strengthening relationships with marginalized communities of faith.

How can our team help your church engage science?

Science for the Church

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Chico, CA 95928

 

Science for the Church is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit. EIN no. 88-1178951

Science for the Church

280 Chico Canyon Rd.

Chico, CA 95928

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