So you might ask, “Why did you become an artist?” I think it’s connected. Art and science are deeply connected. My father always said that, and I believe that. He would sit in front of my paintings for two hours and tell me what he was sensing.
In Stone Age Minds, we acknowledge that our environments are constantly changing and ask: How do we become like Christ as ourselves, not just some cookie cutter lookalike version of Jesus? The book is focused using evolutionary psychology in a constructive manner to enable people to become who God created them to be.
For pastors, this really is the moment for us to protect our flock from the thieves and wolves that would steal the very health of our congregation and our individual members. It’s our moment to take on the role as shepherds of our flocks.
We were given a question from the audience: In the scientific world, it makes no sense to believe in a resurrection. You cannot accept science and believe in the resurrection, which is the center of your faith as a Christian. What do you say to that? I (Greg) have my answers, but I’d love to hear your answer as a scientist. Do you believe, and can you, believe in the resurrection of Christ?
This week, Rob Barrett from The Colossian Forum shares his thoughts on faith and science and how churches can lean into and benefit from engaging difficult, potentially polarizing issues.