Science, Theology, and Religion Initiatives
Fuller’s Office for Science, Theology, and Religion Initiatives (STAR) helps develop and further projects at the nexus of the sciences and Christian faith, focusing on three areas: training and supporting ministers in cultivating a science-informed theology and practice, equipping and supporting scientists in advancing theologically informed science, and conducting and supporting new scholarship at the intersection of the sciences and Christian faith.
Negative Stereotypes Cause Christians
to Underperform In and Disidentify With Science
Kimberly Rios, Zhen Hadassah Cheng, Rebecca R. Totton, and Azim F. Shariff
Despite Christians being a religious majority in the United States, relatively few pursue higher education and careers in science
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Is the Human Mind Predisposed to Religious Thought?
AAAS Science for Seminaries Project, Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion (DoSER)
Justin Barrett explores a question underlying the cognitive science of religion: Is the human mind predisposed to religious thought?
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