The Lutheran Alliance for Faith, Science and Technology

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Science and Technology

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

Look up for a new view, new perspective

Look up for a new view, new perspective

Earlier this summer, the world welcomed the initial images from the James Webb Telescope, and just as awestruck as the rest of us was Vatican Astronomer Brother Guy Consolmagno.  “The science behind this telescope is our attempt to use our God-given intelligence...

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CTNS to research ethical implications of AI

CTNS to research ethical implications of AI

The Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences at The Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, Calif. kicked off last month a $445,000 grant from the John Templeton Foundation to study Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its ethical implications.  “Virtuous AI?...

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University of Waterloo studies digital religion

University of Waterloo studies digital religion

A new study from the University of Waterloo in Canada concluded that the growing trend of digital religion among U.S. and Canadian millennials mostly complements rather than substituting in-person participation in organized religion. The study, Digital Religion...

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Hinman named director for AAAS DoSER program

Hinman named director for AAAS DoSER program

Katharine “Katy” Hinman will succeed Jennifer Wiseman, who is stepping down as director of AAAS’ Dialogue on Science, Ethics and Religion (DoSER).  Wiseman is now director emeritus after serving the DoSER Community over 12 years. Hinman had been the program’s...

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