The link between science and revolution goes at least as far back as the founding of our country.
What scientific metaphors do we use in everyday life? How has religion changed in response to new scientific knowledge? How do we understand prayer and the Bible in light of science today?
These are a few of the questions that this Sinai and Synapses Discussion Forum explores.
Despite the change around me, what is true and what is right has not changed, and some truths are not dependent on people to give them value.
Awe often leads both theists and non-theists to seek order and structure.
Questions of “wonder” can spark tremendous creativity.
If we can approach our level of knowledge with humility and openness, we can discover more about ourselves and our world.
Can drama change the way we talk about religion and science? A fan of “Star Trek” and “Star Wars” and a former theater professional believe so.
The Pew Research Center has just released a new study about how religion affects Americans’ views on science, and there are quite a few fascinating key takeaways.
The greatest distinction between facts and values is that facts don’t spur us to action. Values do.