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Under the editorship of a group of current and former Sinai and Synapses Fellows, an issue of the Electronic Journal for Research in Science & Mathematics Education shares how their research has brought to each of them the significance of religion in science education.
Science progresses only through scientists, who are indeed human beings – and perhaps one key to unlocking their excitement is a sense of awe.
Perhaps the real risk is not the artificial intelligence itself, but our relationship to it as human beings.
The second group of presentations from this year’s Darwin Day gathering of Sinai and Synapses Fellows.
When it becomes increasingly difficult to comprehend time beyond a human lifespan or two, how can we gain an understanding of the past of our human species?
How are Genesis 2 and 3 are crafted to deal with the stress of human awareness of its own creatureliness and mortality?
Since none are beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, whatever is thought about it, including bioethical thinking about it, is necessarily being done from within it.
The echo of Adam’s profound failure reverberates today. It is heard in white supremacy, in the common and conscious unwillingness of whites to acknowledge historical facts and truths.
Hate needs a vaccine. As Dr. King Jr said, “the time is always right to do what is right”. Now is the right time.
People need tribes and culture – things that liberalism tends to dissolve.
The vulnerabilities of illness do not define the person, but require that they receive extra care.
How can we transform our meditations on the evil of the pandemic, from speculation about causes and goals, into a call to action?