“Man, Sub-creator, the refracted Light through whom is splintered from a single White to many hues, and endlessly combined in living shapes that move from mind to mind.” – J.R.R. Tolkien A clear-cut definition of Analytic Theology (AT) can be slippery at times. It might be like trying to describe a flavor; you don’t fully…

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How normal is it for you to hear something science-related at church on Sunday morning? Can you think of a time that you heard of a new finding from psychology or biochemistry, from your pastor’s sermon? This is the kind of thing we sought to encourage through the Plpit project. We ran a series of…

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Yikes… Using bad puns in blog posts already. Sorry, guys. STEAM actually stands for “Science and Theology for Emerging Adult Ministries.” Maybe you actually are running low on science and theology in your church or para-church ministry groups for young adults. Well, you’ve come to the right place. The STEAM Project was the product of…

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STAR was started within Fuller Seminary, as a department that develops projects with scholars and experts, having to do with the integration of faith and the sciences. But we have since attempted to evolve the way we talk about such issues, so that we say that phrase “faith and science” as little as possible. That…

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