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The Lutheran Alliance for Faith, Science, and Technology is dedicated to expanding awareness and promoting conversation about the implications of science and technology for Christian faith and life.
Since 1991, the Alliance has been an independent Lutheran organization recognized by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). The membership includes scientists, science teachers, rostered leaders (clergy and lay), and other interested lay people.
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Latest Articles from Covalence, the Online Magazine of the Lutheran Alliance for Faith, Science and Technology
Mark Douglas, a professor of Christian Ethics at Columbia Theological Seminary, discusses the potential use of artificial intelligence (AI) in ministry.
What do people of faith have to say about AI? Should we be worried that our “will to live” can ultimately be sucked away as we increasingly rely on AI?
On Wednesday, Nov. 15, Arthur Petersen presented “Climate Change and Public Policy: Lessons from the Netherlands” at Elmhurst University in Elmhurst, Ill.
The Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology is releasing recordings of famous talks with eco-theologian Thomas Berry.
Baylor University launched The Baylor Research in Growth and Human Thriving Science (BRIGHTS) Center, which aims to study the science of human flourishing.
IN a recent webinar, environmental studies professor Lisa Sideris outlined what led up to the groundbreaking “Silent Spring” and how Rachel Carson’s upbringing informed her views.