The church has not yet fully grappled with the potential for technology to change human nature, and I believe we need to. Mercer and Trothen agree and notch up the urgency, claiming that “the religions of the world will come to an end, or thrive, depending on how they respond to the topic.”
In this video, five philosophers and theologians discuss why there will be a bodily resurrection and what that might look like.
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.
Theologian N.T. Wright discusses what it means...
I know this week is about the science of Easter and resurrection, but it seemed to me that we need to be honest about our life in a COVID-19 world. Because only then can we truly feel the miracle of God’s redemption.
Can a scientist believe in resurrection? Can a thinking person really accept one of the most outrageous claims in Christianity? We think so. So how do scientists who are Christians understand the resurrection?