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Questions That Shape Our Future (Zygon Center, Chicago 2003)

Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi - What Must we Accomplish in the Coming Decades?
Ursula Goodenough - Emergence, Transcendence, and Religious Naturalism
Antje Jackelén and Phil Hefner: Challenging the Past, Grasping the Future
Antje Jackelén: Inauguration as Director of the Zygon Center for Religion and Science

Becoming Human: Brain, Mind and Emergence (Stanford University 2003)

Introduction and Keynote Addresses

Play Video William B. Hurlbut, M.D., Stanford University

Welcome and Introduction to the Discussion: Play

Play Video Antonio R. Damasio , M.D., Ph.D.

Reflections on the Neurobiology of Emotion and Feeling: Play

Play Video Robert Sapolsky, Ph.D

The Biology of Our Uniqueness: Play | Discussion 

Session I - Moderator: William B. Hurlbut M.D.

Play Video Steven P. R. Rose, Ph.D. 

The Mind is Wider than the Brain - With Apologies to Emily Dickinson: Play

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Edward T. Oakes, S.J..

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Discussion 

Session II - Moderator: William C. Mobley, M.D., Ph.D. Audio Only

Play Video Michael Merzenich, Ph.D. 

Cultivating the Mind: Lessons from Cortical Plasticity Research:  Play

Play Video Michael J. Zigmond, Ph.D.

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Discussion 

Session III - Moderator: William Newsome, Ph.D.

Play Video Richard J. Davidson, Ph.D.

Hints Toward a Neurobiology of Positive Affect and Compassion:  Play

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John D. E. Gabrieli, Ph.D.

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Discussion 

Session IV - Moderator: William Durham, Ph.D. Audio Only

Play Video Paul Ekman, Ph.D

Emotions, Self-Deception and Responsibility: Play

Play Video William Damon, Ph.D.

Response: Play

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Discussion 

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William B. Hurlbut, M.D., Stanford University

Section I-IV Recap: Play

Session V - Moderator: William Durham, Ph.D. - Audio Only

Play Video Melvin J. Konner, M.D, Ph.D.

Biological Constraints on the Human Spirit: Play

Play Video Paul McHugh, M.D.

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Discussion 

Session VI - Moderator: William C. Mobley, M.D., Ph.D.

Play Video V.S. Ramachandran, M.D., Ph.D.

Bridging Neuroscience and the Humanities: Insights from Synaesthesia, Temporal Lobe Epilepsy and Neurologic Syndromes: Play

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Discussion 

Session VII - Moderator: William B. Hurlbut M.D. - Audio Only

Play Video Antonio R. Damasio , M.D., Ph.D.

Reflections and Further Comments:  Play

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Discussion 

Session VIII - Moderator: Arnold Eisen, Ph.D.

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Most Rev. George Pell, STB,STL, D.Phil., M.Ed.

Emergence and the Human Person: the Approach of Faith and the Work of Science: Play

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Discussion 

Session IX

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Panel: Jeff Schloss, Ph.D., Nancey Murphy, Ph.D., Th.D., Philip Clayton, Ph.D., Baruch S. Blumberg, M.D., Ph.D., Robert Hamerton-Kelly, Th.D.

Opening Remarks

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Discussion 

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William Durham, Ph.D.

Closing Comments 

Science, Values, and the Limits of Knowledge (SSQ Tokyo 2002)

SSQ II: Science, Values, and the Limits of Knowledge
October 2002, Tokyo Japan

English

Tetsuya Sato - Can Humans and Nature be Understood with Theory Only?
William Newsome - Science and Faith, A Personal View

Japanese

Tetsuya Sato - Can Humans and Nature be Understood with Theory Only?
William Newsome - Science and Faith, A Personal View

Science and the Three Monotheisms in the 21st Century, A New Partnership? (SSQ Granada 2002)

SSQ II: Science and the Three Monotheisms in the 21st Century, A New Partnership?
August 2002, Granada Spain

Welcome - Bob Russell (CTNS)
Monotheisms and Modern Science: Three Traditions, One Cosmos?
John Polkinghorne (Cambridge University)      Interview
Noah Efron (Bar Ilan University)       Interview
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Bruno Guiderdoni (Paris Institute of Physics)      Interview
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Natural Law and Divine Creation: Monotheistic Perspectives on Complexity and Emergence
Ayub Ommaya (Georgetown University)
Norbert Samuelson (Arizona State University)
George F.R. Ellis (University of Capetown)
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Neuroscience and the Person in the Religious Traditions
Stephen Kosslyn (Harvard University)
Andrew Newberg (University of Pennsylvania)
Faraneh Vargha-Khadem (Institute of Child Health)
Biotechnology, Ethics, and the Spiritual Traditions
Carl Feit (Yeshiva University)     Interview
Munawar Anees (Interdisciplinary University of Paris)      Interview
Audio Only
William Hurlbut (Stanford University)      Interview
The Cloning and Stem Cell Controversies: Scientific, Theological, and Ethical Issues
Ted Peters and Gaymon Bennett (CTNS)
Modern Science, Contemporary Politics, and Living Traditions: Is there Hope for Peace?
Tsevi Mazeh (Tel Aviv University)     Interview
S. Jocelyn Bell Burnell (Open University)      Interview
Mehdi Golshani (Sharif University)      Interview
Closing Comments
Ian Barbour (Carlton College)

Life on a Threatened Planet - Genetic Controversy and Environmental Ethics (Berkeley 2002)

June 2002, Berkeley

Amory Lovins from the Rocky Mountain Institute
Panel - Genetic Technologies: The Radical Revision of Human Existence and the Natural World
Vandana Shiva - Indian Perspectives on Biotechnology

Science, Technology and Values: Worldviews in Dialogue (India 2002)

January 2002, Pune India

Job Kozhamthadam - Science, Religion and Values: Past Estrangement and Present Engagement 
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Kuruvilla Pandikattu- Science, Religion and Values: The Current Scenario 
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Adrian Wyard: Agency: Human, Robotic, and Divine

Stem-Cell Colloquy (Chicago 2001)

October 2001, Evanston

Welcome: Brent Waters and Jennifer Derryberry
Opening Remarks: Brent Waters
Laurence O'Connell
Brent Waters
James Peterson
Sondra Wheeler
Ronald Cole-Turner
Robert Song

African Culture, Modern Science, and Religious Thought (Nigeria 2001)

October 2001, Ilorin Nigeria (High Quality Only)

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Biology, Religion and Origins (Vancouver BC 2001)

Biology, Religion and Origins: How do we Introduce Extra-Scientific Issues in the Science Classroom?
September 2001, Vancouver BC

John Hedley Brooke - Darwinism and Christianity: Can their be no Common Ground?
Denis Lamoureux - Beyond the Evolution vs. Creation Debate
Ken Miller: Darwin, God, and the Human Genome
Mark Kalthoff - The Evolution of  Red Herring: Issues in the Demarcation of Science from Non-Science
Dennis Danielson - Cosmic Evolution

Interpreting Evolution: Scientific and Religious Perspectives (Haverford 2001)

June 2001, Haverford

Niles Eldredge - What Drives Evolution?
William Dembski - Order and Design: Philosophical Issues
Wesley Elsberry - Order and Design: Philosophical Issues
Dembski/Elsberry - Responses (large)
Dembski/Elsberry - Q&A (large)
Michael Behe - Order and Design
Ken Miller - Paley in a Test-Tube
Larry Sullivan - Epics, Epochs and Apex: How the World's Religions Interpret Evolution

Draft Previews:

Holmes Rolston - Evolutionary History and Divine Presence
Scott Gilbert - What is Evolution?
Norbert Samuelson - What is Religion and Theology?
Ronald Numbers - The History of Evolution and Religion in America
David Sloan-Wilson - Levels of Selection
Sol Katz - Human Evolution
Stacey Ake - Evolutionary Love
Scott Gilbert - Closing Remarks

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Eschatology, Immortality, and the Future of the Cosmos (Berkeley 2001)

June 2001, Berkeley

Robert Russell - Physical Cosmology and Christian Eschatology: Consonance or Dissonance?  

Draft Previews:

Sir John Polkinghorne - Physical Cosmology and Christian Eschatology: Consonance or Dissonance?
Barbara Rossing - Biblical Perspectives on Eschatology and Resurrection
V. V. Raman - Eschatological Issues from Hindu Perspectives
Hamilton Hess - Resurrection and Eschatology in the Christian Tradition
Ted Peters - Resurrection of the Body?
Nancey Murphy - Physicalist Anthropology and Resurrection: How Much Can we Know?
Concurrent Session 1 - African Perspectives
Concurrent Session 2 - Peter Hess, Noreen Hertzfeld, Whitney Bauman et al

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Neuroscience, Religious Experience and the Self (Montreal 2001)

June 2001, Montréal

Andrew Newberg: A Neuropsychological Analysis of Religious Experience
Palmyre Oomen: On Brain, Soul, Self, and Freedom: An Essay in Bridging Neuroscience and Faith
Jordan Peterson: Chaos and the Orienting Reflex
James Fowler III: Faith Stages and Cognitive-Neural Complexity: Possibilities for Modeling and Measuring? (Large)
David Ray Griffin: Scientific Naturalism, the Mind/Body Relation, and Religious Experience (Large)

Français:

Andrew Newberg: A Neuropsychological Analysis of Religious Experience
Palmyre Oomen: On Brain, Soul, Self, and Freedom: An Essay in Bridging Neuroscience and Faith

Draft Previews:

James Fowler III: Faith Stages and Cognitive-Neural Complexity: Possibilities for Modeling and Measuring?
Daniel Deslauriers, "L'étude de la conscience et le dialogue entre science et religion" and Claude Mailloux, "Psychologie et une théologie d’experience religieuse" (English)
Wesley Wildman, A Theological Appraisal of the Neuropsychological Study of Religious Experience (Français)
Anne Dambricourt-Malasse: Increasing complexity, human evolution, and the historical phenomenon of Revelation (English)
Mathieu Ricard: Toward a Contemplative Science (Français)
Panel Discussion: What Does Non-Reductive Physicalism Mean in the Dialogue Between Neuroscience, Philosophy and Religion?” With David Ray Griffin, Gregory Peterson and Michael Spezio (Français)
Bartha Knoppers: What is the future of self-hood in an age of genetic identity? and Hubert Doucet: Neuroscience and Ethics (Français)
Jean Kristeller: Meditation: Multiple Effects, A Single Mechanism? and Sam Spero, Mind-Brain Relations and Phenomena (Français)
Panel Discussion: What is the Relationship Between Neuroscience and Spirituality? with Paul Flaman, Heather Looy and Norbert Vogt (Français)
Jordan Peterson: Chaos and the Orienting Reflex (Français)

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Cosmos and Creator (Seattle 2001)

April 2001, Seattle

John Polkinghorne: The Friendship of Science and Religion
Peter Hodgson: The Origin of Modern Science
Stephen Meyer: The New Cosmology
Stephen Meyer: The New Cosmology: Theistic Implications
Stephen Meyer: Quantum Cosmology
Father Robert Spitzer: The Anthropic Principle - Theistic Implications

Jean Vanier of L'arche (Seattle 2001)

St. James' Cathedral, March 2001, Seattle

Jean Vanier of L'arche

Faith in the Future: Religion, Aging, and Healthcare in the 21st Century (Durham NC 2001)

Duke University, March 2001

Harold Koenig: Symposium Overview: Religion/Spirituality, Aging, and Health
Harvey Cohen: Future Challenges in the Field of Aging
Edward Schneider: Aging in the Third Millennium: Two Scenarios
Ralph Snyderman: Healthcare Institutions Facing Increasing Financial Constraints
Question and Answer Session
Greg Jones: Bodies of Faith: Reclaiming the Links of Theology Medicine, and Religious Communities
Douglas Lawson: Motivating Volunteerism
Stephen Post: Formation and Significance of Non-Professional Caregivers
Daniel Callahan: Caring: What Does It Really Mean?
Linda George: The Role of Community and Social Support in Maintaining Health
Question and Answer Session
Sir John Templeton
John Hatch
Vivienne Ulansey
Bob Buford
Millard Fuller
Keith Meador: Communities of Caring: Character and Formation
Community Witnesses of Transformation and Caring
Robert Brooks: Partners in Health: The Role of Government and Faith-Based Organizations in the 21st Century
Bill Nichols: How Might the Media Facilitate Implementation?
Harry Moody: How Might Foundations Facilitate Implementation?
Dan Blazer: How Might Research Facilitate Implementation?
Tillie Burgin: Putting Faith into Action - Mission Arlington
Kirbyjon Caldwell: Urban Challenges and Victories: Rebuilding African-American Communities
Question and Answer Session

Zygon Center Albright Lecture (Chicago 2001)

March 2001, Chicago

God the Spirit, and Natural Science

Genomics, Nanotechnology and Robotics (San Francisco 2001)

February 2001, San Francisco

Bill Joy: Genomics, Nanotechnology and Robotics

Dreams and Dreaming, Neuroscientific and Religious Visions (Los Angeles 2001)

February 2001, Los Angeles

Jeremy Taylor
Tracey Kahan
Arnold Scheibel (large)
Lee Butler (large)

Genetic Engineering and Food for the World (New York 2001)

January 2001, New York

Eric Beresford: Serving the Constituencies of a New Technology: An Ethical Critique

Biological and Cosmological Evolution (Adelaide 2001)

January 2001, Adelaide,

Alistair Blake: Keynote Address
John Brooke: The Changing Relations Between Science and Theology
Indigenous Cosmology: Wali Feijo, Mona Tur and Bill Edwards
Bill Stoeger SJ: Cosmology and a Theology of Creation
Mark Worthing: God, Process and Cosmos
Denis Edwards: Evolution and the Christian God
John Brooke: Revisiting Darwin on Order and Design
Panel Discussion: David Young, Denis Edwards, John Brooke and Peter Hess
Bill Stoeger SJ: Science, the Laws of Nature and Divine Action
Nancey Murhpy: Why Christians Should be Physicalists
Peter Hess: God's Two Books of Revalation: The Life-Cycle of a Theological Metaphor
Nancey Murphy: How Physicalists Avoid Being Reductionists
Panel Discussion: John Brooke, Denis Edwards, Peter Hess, Nancy Murphy, Bill Stoeger SJ, Mark Worthing and David Young
Adrian Wyard: Demystifying Information Technology

Genes and Justice (Berkeley 2001)

January 2001, Berkeley

Opening Reception: Intro Main Ted Peters
Niels Gregersen: Methodologies in the Science-Religion Discussion
Sandra Harding: The Role of Religion in Modern Western Science and Other Indigenous Knowledge Systems (large)
Sandra Harding: Q&A (large)
Gregersen/Harding Q&A
Ted Peters: Are We Playing God With Our Genes?
Karen Lebacqz: Cells, Tissues, and Organs: Who 'Owns' Them? (large) - audio
Olivia White: Emerging Genetic Technologies & Accessibility (small)
Troy Duster: Social Borders of Medical and Forensic Uses of the New Genetic Diagnostic Powers
Jay McDaniel: The Ecological Self and The Ecological God
Marty Hewlett: A God for Evolution
Sayed Haq: Science in Islamic History: Ancient and Modern
Victor Anderson: How Can Science & Religion Benefit Humanity?

Creativity, Spirituality, and Computing Technologies (SSQ San Jose 2000)

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About 'Science and the Spiritual Quest'
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Robert Russell Introduces CTNS and the SSQ Project
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Donald Knuth on the Game of Life, Free Will and Determinism
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Donald Knuth on using the Game of Life as a Universe Simulation
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Mitch Marcus on Computational Complexity and Consciousness
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Mitch Marcus on Boundedness and Rabbinic Wisdom
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Anne Foerst on the Classical AI Agenda, and the Shift to Sociality
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Anne Foerst on the Importance of Recognizing Intelligence as Embodied
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Anne Foerst introduces 'Kizmet', a Social Robot developed at the MIT AI Lab.
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Anne Foerst on Robot Souls
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Anne Foerst on Kizmet as a Person
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Mark Pesce on Changes in How we See Ourselves
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Mitch Marcus on Teaching Values in a Technology Setting
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Brian Cantwell-Smith on the Need for Moral/Ethical Advances
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Panel Discussion: What's the Fundamental Challenge?
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Evolution and Providence (Berkeley 2000)

June 2000, Berkeley

Duane Gish - Presentation
Stephen Meyer - Presentation
Eugenie Scott - Presentation
Michael Ruse - Presentation
Jeffrey Schloss - Presentation
Robert Russell - Presentation
Meyer on 'Intelligent Design' and 'Creationism'
Gish on 'Intelligent Design' and 'Creationism'
Scott on 'Intelligent Design' and 'Creationism'
Meyer & Scott on 'Intelligent Design'
Peters on 'Intelligent Design' & Creationism
Gish on Teaching Creationism
Meyer on 'Intelligent Design' & Natural Theology
Schloss on 'Intelligent Design' & Natural Theology
Ruse on Teaching 'Intelligent Design'
Ruse on the Fossil Record
Scott on the Fossil Record
Schloss on the Fossil Record
Gish on the Fossil Record
Schloss & Gish on Continental Drift
Meyer on the Fossil Record
Russell on the Anthropic Principle & 'Intelligent Design'
Gish & Russell on the Anthropic Principle
Meyer on Divine Intervention in Nature
Scott on the Origins Controversy
Scott - Summary Comments
Schloss - Summary Comments
Ruse - Summary Comments
Russell - Summary Comments
Maddox - Summary Comments
Gish - Summary Comments
Meyer - Summary Comments
Phil Hefner - The Created Co-Creator
Jeff Schloss - Evolution and Altruism
Jeff Schloss - Presentation Q&A (small)
Michael Lodahl - Presentation
Jack Haught - Presentation
Ian Barbour - Presentation (small)
Jack Haught and Francisco Ayala Q&A (large)
Michael Ruse Presentation Q&A (large)
Marty Maddox and Michael Ruse Q&A (large)

Ethics, Values and Personhood (Seattle 2000)

January 2000, Seattle

Nancey Murphy - Getting Mind out of Meat
Nancey Murphy - My Neurons Made Me Do It (small)
Randy Maddox - Reclaiming the Body (small)
Stephen Pope - The Biological Roots of Morality (small)

Issues for the Millennium: Cloning and Genetic Technologies (Boston 1999)

June 1999, Boston

Introduction: Jensine Andresen and Robert Neville
John Westling - Introduction: Do we have dominion over ourselves?
Overcoming Preconception Relating to Assisted Reproductive Technologies
Implications of Animal Cloning Experiments for the Potential Cloning of Human Beings
Production of Embryonic Stem Cells from Differentiated Somatic Cells
Application of Cloning to the Production of Biopharmaceuticals to Treat Human and Animal Disease
Xenotransplantation and its Associated Safety and Ethical Issues
Excluding Life from Patenting: Arguments against the Patenting of Genes
Science Panel Discussion
Ethical Challenges in a Post Genome Era
Human Rights and the New Genetics
Human Rights and Cloning
Democratizing Decision Making Relating to Biotechnology
Genetics, the Market, and Policy
Much Ado About Mutton: An Ethical Review of the Cloning Controversy
Why Worry about Human Cloning?
Modified Natural-Law Approach to Genetic Technologies
Ethics Panel Discussion
The World is Our Parish...So...?
Re-engineering Creation: Theological Reservations Concerning Genetic Technology
Possible Presbyterian Responses to Cloning
Biostewardish Updates
No, Not Yet, Maybe, and Why Not: Protestant Ambivalence Or Moral Discretion?
Beginning Reflections of One Unitarian Universalist on Cloning and Genetic Technologies
A Catholic Perspective on Cloning and Stem Cell Research
Created in Whose Image and Likeness? An Orthodox Christian Approach to Human Cloning
Thomas Shannon - "Playing God"
But Who Speaks for Me? The Need for the Religous Voice in Bioethics
In God's Garden: Creation and Cloning in Jewish Thought
A Jewish Perspective on Cloning and Other Techniques to Overcome Infertility
Islamic Perspectives on Cloning and Genetic Enginerring
A Hindu View based on Dharma, Karma and Yoga of Human Cloning and Genetic Technologies
The Bioethics of Interdependence: Shin Buddhist Attitudes on Human Cloning
Moral Imagination
Interreligious Panel Discussion:
Science and the Courts
Beyond Biology: Regulating Ownership in a Knowledge-based Economy
Biotechnology and International Trade
Disharmonization in Agricultural Biotechnology
Historical Notes Relating to the Patenting of Biological Inventions
Should Morality be Within the Purview of Patent Law?
The International Treatment of Biotechnological Intellectual Property (BIP)
Legal Issues Panel Discussion
Science, Politics and Ethics of Cloning and Genetic Engineering: Who will Decide the Future of Humankind?
Cloning and Beyond: Making Laws for Making Babies

Cosmic Questions Interviews (Washington DC 1999)

April 1999, Washington DC

Play Video Setting the Scene
Play Video Steven Weinberg and John Polkinghorne: An Exchange
Play Video A Dialogue of Scientists and Theolgians
Play Video Did the Universe Have a Beginning?
Play Video At Home in the Quantum Universe
Play Video A Beginningless Universe?
Play Video Was the Universe Designed?
Play Video The Argument From Design
Play Video The Anthropic Principle
Play Video Are We Alone?
Play Video Is There Intelligent Life Elsewhere in the Universe?
Play Video The Faith of Scientists
Play Video Literal and Symbolic Truths
Play Video What Religion Can Learn From Science
Play Video What Science Can Learn From Religion
Play Video Questions, Answers and Ongoing Dialogue
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Science and Suffering (Seattle 1998)

October 1998, Seattle

Genetics and the Problem of Evil

Faith and Reason

History
The Birth of Modern Cosmology
Galileo
Separation of Science and Religion
Evolution
Vatican Conferences
Creationism
Genetics
Genes and 'Sin'
Cloning
Cosmology
The Big Bang
Stephen Hawking's God
God and Time
Purpose
A Theory of Everything
A Cosmic Designer?
Technology
The Future

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Stanford University: Becoming Human: Brain, Mind & Emergence

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Topic Sets Available

AAAS Report on Stem-Cells

AstroTheology: Religious Reflections on Extraterrestrial Life Forms

Agency: Human, Robotic and Divine
Becoming Human: Brain, Mind, Emergence
Big Bang Cosmology and Theology (GHC)
Cosmic Questions CD-ROM Preview...
Cosmic Questions Interviews

Cosmos and Creator
Creativity, Spirituality and Computing Technologies
CTNS Content Home
Darwin: A Friend to Religion?
Demystifying Information Technology
Divine Action (GHC)
Dreams and Dreaming: Neuroscientific and Religious Visions'
E. Coli at the No Free Lunchroom
Engaging Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence: An Adventure in Astro-Ethics
Evangelical Atheism: a response to Richard Dawkins
Ecology and Christian Theology
Evolution: What Should We Teach Our Children in Our Schools?
Evolution and Providence
Evolution and Creation Survey
Evolution and Theology (GHC)
Evolution, Creation, and Semiotics

The Expelled Controversy
Faith and Reason: An Introduction
Faith in the Future: Religion, Aging, and Healthcare in the 21st Century

Francisco Ayala on Evolution

From Christian Passions to Scientific Emotions
Genetic Engineering and Food

Genetics and Ethics
Genetic Technologies - the Radical Revision of Human Existence and the Natural World

Genomics, Nanotechnology and Robotics
Getting Mind out of Meat
God and Creation: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Perspectives on Big Bang Cosmology
God, Humanity and the Cosmos: A Textbook in Science and Religion
God the Spirit - and Natural Science
Historical Examples of the Science and Religion Debate (GHC)
History of Creationism
Intelligent Design Coming Clean

Issues for the Millennium: Cloning and Genetic Technologies
Jean Vanier of L'Arche
Nano-Technology and Nano-ethics
Natural Science and Christian Theology - A Select Bibliography
Neuroscience and the Soul
Outlines of the Science and Religion Debate (GHC)

Perspectives on Evolution

Physics and Theology
Quantum Mechanics and Theology (GHC)
Questions that Shape Our Future
Reductionism (GHC)
Reintroducing Teleology Into Science
Science and Suffering

Scientific Perspectives on Divine Action (CTNS/Vatican Series)

Space Exploration and Positive Stewardship

Stem-Cell Debate: Ethical Questions
Stem-Cell Ethics: A Theological Brief

Stem-Cell Questions
Theistic Evolution: A Christian Alternative to Atheism, Creationism, and Intelligent Design...
Theology and Science: Current Issues and Future Directions
Unscientific America: How science illiteracy threatens our future
Will ET End Religion?

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