Engaging Science, Technology, & Faith
This webinar took place June 3, 2014, 7:00-8:00 PM EDT. The recording and resources are below.
It is commonly assumed that science and religion are (and always have been) locked in inexorable conflict, but is that what Episcopalians believe? This web conference will focus on practical ways Episcopalians can faithfully explore issues related to science, technology, and faith in light of the Episcopal Church's approach to such issues. Topics will include readily available (often free!) resources to help facilitate parish-based conversations and mechanisms for engagement within church structures. Presented by ECF Fellow Joseph Wolyniak, Vice Chair of the Episcopal Church's Executive Council Committee on Science, Technology & Faith and visiting scholar in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Denver.General Convention Resolution A136
Grosvenor Essay - Sketches Toward a Theology of Science
Online Resources on Engaging Science, Technology & Faith
PowerPoint Slides for Overcoming the Conflict Myth: Engaging Science, Technology & Faith