We all belong to a collective, evolutionary process in which we, like the ants, work together to build our community and preserve the species.
religion and science
Karl Giberson offers a cultural history of the Bible's first human. It's an intriguing and unsettling story.
A recent Templeton Foundation program sought to cultivate local conversation on science and faith. We asked some pastors to describe their experience.
The geophysicist's talk had none of the triumphalism of efforts to prove God exists. It was the testimony of experience—and it was unequivocal doxology.
Pastors know that religion and psychology are intimately connected. But what about theology and psychology? Can these two very different fields of study talk to each other? What do theologians have to say to psychologists and vice versa? On May 14 at 8 p.m. EST, the Century is cosponsoring an event with the Center of Theological Inquiry to explore these questions.
We might still pray for rain, but we can account for thunder without invoking bowling gods. Is there still a place for God?