The votes are in, the bracket is complete, and we have a most pressing science & faith question: How much should science inform religious practice? If I thought my seedings had any meaning, this would be a Cinderella story, the lowest seed in the Theology & Religion going on to take it all. Now that […]
Science and Faith
Many of us have struggled talking with family or friends who are hesitant to be vaccinated for COVID-19. A friend of ESN from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) approached us about posting an article from the CDC with helpful ideas for these difficult conversations. We are delighted to share this article, written […]
I left out pandemic topics in part because I wanted this series to provide some respite from them and in part because their urgency is only temporary. Still, public health remains my vocation and so my thoughts never stray too far from SARS-CoV-2. That also means I am extra motivated to do what I can to bring about a time when I can put my focus elsewhere.
The last quartet of questions, one from each topic “region,” have been chosen in the Most Pressing Science & Faith Question tournament.
We’ve reached the midpoint of the Most Pressing Science & Faith Question tournament, possibly the only tournament with more upsets than the actual basketball one. The top vote-getters in this round will make the final four and get expanded discussion.