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21. Stem Cell Topic: Subject Recruitment
Surveys were circulated to a number of clergy, religious, and other intellectual leaders as well as lay people from most major religious groups and people who consider them selves to be non-religious. In phase one we recruited local
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22. Intro Topic: Genetics
government alone has committed three billion dollars to the effort over a fifteen year period. HGP research in the US is coordinated at the National Human Genome Research Institute, located at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda,
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23. Stem Cell Topic: Contact Optimists vs. Unique Earthers
life on earth could be repeated in sequence. Two of the most prominent evolutionary biologists, Stephen Jay Gould and Francisco Ayala (Gould 1989; Ayala 2004), have argued that if you replay earth’s evolutionary tape again and again, it
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24. Stem Cell Topic: Survey Design
instrument were used in the Peters ETI Religious Crisis Survey: a paper survey circulated primarily at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California, and an email survey, using SurveyMonkey.com on the web as a tool for distribution and
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25. Science and Suffering Topic: Feminist & Process Theodicies - Nancy Howell
the telos of God.” Ted Peters , in Playing God?: Genetic Determinism and Human Freedom , elaborates on the term “creaTed co-creator.” For Peters, Howell says, creaTed co-creator is to be the imago Dei and
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26. Maddox Bibliography Topic: C. Survey Essay Collections of Current Science/Th...
VT: Ashgate, 2004. Peters, Ted & Gaymon Bennett , eds. Bridging Science and Religion . Norwich, England & Berkeley, CA: SCM & CTNS , 2002. Peters, Ted, editor. Science and Theology: The New Consonance . Boulder,
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27. Genetics Topic: Beginning Reflections of One Unitarian Universalist on Cloni...
Technologies Karl E. Peters - Professor, Rollins College Related Topics: AAAS Report on Stem-Cells... Evanston Seminary Stem-Cell Colloquy ted Peters on Stem-Cells and Ethics ted Peters on Genetics and Ethics
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28. Maddox Bibliography Topic: A. Typological Surveys of Current Science/Theolog...
31 (1996): 307 - 21. Peters, Ted . “Science and Theology: Toward Consonance.” In Science and Theology: The New Consonance , 1 - 39. EdiTed by Ted Peters. Boulder, CO: Westview, 1998. Topic Index
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29. Genetics Topic: A Catholic Perspective on Cloning and Stem Cell Research
Catholic Conference Related Topics: AAAS Report on Stem-Cells... Evanston Seminary Stem-Cell Colloquy ted Peters on Stem-Cells and Ethics ted Peters on Genetics and Ethics Nancey Murphy on Personhood: Getting
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30. Maddox Bibliography Topic: f. Surveys of the Diversity in “Creationist&...
Rapids: Zondervan, 1999. Peters, Ted & Martinez Hewlett . Evolution from Creation to Recreation: Conflict, Conversation, and Convergence . Nashville, TN: Abingdon, 2003. Peters, Ted & Martinez Hewlett. Can you Believe in
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