Posts tagged with ‘Cross-cultural dialogue’

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Workshops Bring Together Scientists With Mainline Protestants & Catholics

by Christine Scheller

Paul Arveson leading discussion at the Catholic workshop It should come as no surprise that the interests and concerns of Mainline Protestants and Catholics in regard to science are as diverse as the groups themselves. Consistent with DoSER’s findings in a series of workshops that brought scientists together with Evangelical Christian and Jewish leaders, meetings with these groups demonstrated […]

Can Scientists and Evangelical Leaders Work Together?

by Christine Scheller

  In February, more than 7 million people tuned in to watch a debate between Bill Nye “the science guy” and Creation Museum founder Ken Ham. In September, more than 300,000 people—including representatives of evangelical faith groups—marched through the streets of New York City to bring attention to the dangers of climate change. In October, […]