As I reference in this month’s essay, so much is made of the declarative statement: “I’m spiritual but not religious.” And while that may be a way of not wanting to join a religious community, the whole concept of being spiritual in a religious community, as we...
Discussions about relationships between Christian faith and scientific knowledge of the world often neglect the work of the Holy Spirit.
A recent Pew Research survey again brings up that pesky thing where people say they are spiritual, but not religious.
The theme for Religion and Science Weekend 2024 is “Religion, Science and the Common Good” with events slated to run on Feb. 9-11.
One of the most widely respected academic journals dedicated to religion and science, Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science, is now freely available online via the Open Library of the Humanities.
A book of essays exploring ways society could change once it incorporates a variety of perspectives spanning religion and science was released in paperback in January.
There’ll be much more to dive into in 2024, but in this month’s issue we explore a bit where 2023 has left us in pondering ourselves, our faith and our world.
Noreen Herzfeld’s “The Artifice of Intelligence: Divine and Human Relationship in a Robotic Age” posits that that humans are counterpart to God, and that AI is a counterpart to humanity.