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How Does Science Enhance Faith? (STEAM Grant Series December Question)

One of my recent projects involved looking at how science feeds into faith in a positive way. As well as general growth in skills and knowledge, faith, character and community, five specific areas emerged time and time again in my conversations with working scientists.Read more…

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Is God Relevant in an Age of Science? (STEAM Grant Series November Question)

Folks who see faith and science as conflicted are at least still engaged, even if it’s to further prosecute that conflict. Engaging folks on a topic they find irrelevant is much trickier.Read more…

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Engaging Science & Theology for Emerging Adult Ministries

In September I had the privilege of participating in the STEAM (i.e., Science & Theology for Emerging Adult Ministries) Project Conference held at Catalina Island, CA. Read more…

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Faith and Science: Sharing My Questions (STEAM Grant Series Intro)

This year, supported by generous funding provided by the John Templeton Foundation through Fuller Seminary’s STEAM program, ESN will be creating a Faith/Science curriculum for young adult small groups. Read our first entry, a reflection by a science student designed to elicit questions from student groups. We’ll be building the rest of the curriculum around student questions. What are yours?Read more…

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ESN Collaborations: STEAM Grant for Faith/Science Engagement (ESN Fall 2016 Preview Series)

This year, thanks to God’s grace and generous funding from the STEAM Project through Fuller Seminary, our faith/science engagement will be expanding in several ways.Read more…

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Science Corner: Shape of My Brain

I’d be particularly curious to know if Sting’s brain reacts differently from other listeners, and if those differences are explained by his experience as a performer and composer, his particular genre-blurring musical tastes, or just being Sting.Read more…

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Science in Review: The Open and Closed Case of Steve v Steve

Optimizing for sustainability, personal cost, global resource consumption, individual dietary needs, and overall nutrition and health in the presence of uncertainty about the relative and absolute merits of different foods and diets is a nontrivial problem. The space of possible foods over which to perform that optimization is expanding.Read more…

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Science Corner: Objects in Poster May Be Further Away Than They Appear

And if you like her story, you might enjoy Rogue One, which looks to be telling the story of another woman who doesn’t exactly fit the usual molds, making her the perfect candidate to pull of a mission everyone thinks is impossible.Read more…