The Matrix Resurrections meets Don’t Look Up to talk about truth and causation.
Omar Montero teaches architecture and design at Buenos Aires University, Argentina’s premier institution of higher learning. When he heard about the Society of Christian Scholars, he said, only somewhat facetiously, “I thought I was the only Christian scholar in the secular academic world! I had no idea that there were so many believing academics in […]
A little over two years ago, before the pandemic, ESN launched our ESN Conversations, monthly conversations with scholars about the intersection of faith and scholarship. Over 400 people have participated in conversations. The early conversations weren’t recorded, mostly due to legal reasons, but also to give us a chance to learn how to do this. […]
Of making many books there is no end. Does that apply to scientific research papers too?
Most of us who in some way identify as “evangelical” are struggling, whether we use this as a descriptor or affirm some of its historical theological distinctives. Some of us have left and some are thinking about it. Some of us have personally been impacted while others of us have witnessed injustices, the abuse of […]