How do we engage science in the church?

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Science for the Church

It’s time for a more productive conversation

 

God’s creation is amazing—it beckons us to explore and discover. But the last century has seen an unhelpful pattern of the church disengaging from science. Science for the Church equips Christian leaders and scientists of faith with content, resources, networks, and events in pursuit of a day when science is no longer a barrier to faith, but instead augments the work of the church.

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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?

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How Technology Disciples Us: An Interview with Felicia Wu Song (Part Two)

How Technology Disciples Us: An Interview with Felicia Wu Song (Part Two)

Today, our digital technologies are discipling us in ways that outstrip what our churches are doing. Technology is outdoing the very Christian discipleship that so many of us long to engage. Each time we pick up the phone and text. It’s all those small things built into the way we relate with each other, the way we work, and the way we do church. It is a competition between the way technology forms us and the way disciples of Christ are formed.

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