Covalence for September 2023
The topics covered in this month’s issue – neurotheology, AI and how each shapes our faith – will continue to be of interest to scholars in the years to come.
Thomas Johnston, a seminary student at Capital University’s Trinity Lutheran Seminary, examines what AI has to say about humanity, the Imago Dei and our future.
As AI continues to serve as the center point of conversation, shouldn’t we look to AI to understand more about ourselves, especially as the study of humans becomes more focused?
Randolph-Macon College is co-hosting a faith-and-science symposium titled “God on the Brain: The Nexus of Religious Faith and Mental Well-Being” on Sept. 23.
Ronald Numbers, known in religion and science circles for his award-winning book, “The Creationists,” passed away in July.
Pope Francis reportedly told a group of European lawyers that he was working on updating the Laudato Si encyclical that was published in 2015.