Content on Religion and Science
Sinai and Synapses Fellowship alumna Amanda Townley talks with BioLogos about her experiences growing up and teaching science in the American South.
Rabbi Geoff Mitelman was chosen as a consultant for this online course on science and religion at Academy for Jewish Religion, sponsored by AAAS Dialogue on Science, Ethics and Religion.
In his new book, Psychologist David DeSteno presents cutting-edge scientific evidence that religious practices and faith provide a toolbox for coping.
Dr. Snezana Lawrence offers a look at the life of Gersonides, a medieval rabbi and mathematician who in many ways was ahead of his time.
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.
We caught up with Dr. Grace Wolf-Chase about the power of citizen science and its broader role in society.
Every nucleus of every cell of everything alive today is a repository of past wisdom in the form of texts that continue to inform the present.
What makes scientific claims scientific, and religious claims religious?
Sinai and Synapses Fellow Elizabeth Fernandez speaks with Dr. Brian Patrick Green, Director of Technology Ethics at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University, who has attended conferences on AI at the Vatican.
How does process theology — especially in the Jewish world — help us understand the relationship between religion and the scientific method?
Many of the greatest research breakthroughs come when the insights or discoveries of one field illuminate the problems of another, or when researchers from only semi-related disciplines get together to swap ideas.
What was Muon g-2 experiment, why was it so exciting, and what theological questions did it create?