Faith and Science
“You are worthy, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power, for you created all things, and by your will they were created and have their being.”
Christian faith and scholarship go hand in hand. In a unique way, science and mathematics enable reflection on and investigation of the world with rigor, precision, and integrity. God reveals himself to humans in many ways, including through Nature (God’s work) and through the Bible (God’s word). Isaac Newton referred to these as God’s two books: if interpreted properly, both are consistent and compatible.
Read stories of how our faculty and students have used their training and learning to meet the practical needs of the world:
Professor Alder visits Africa
Uganda Studies Program
Field Study-The Galapagos Islands
Biology Major Leaves Heart in Australia
Habitat for Humanity
The following course discuss ethics and issues of faith and science. Topics include the origin of human life, stewardship of the environment, micro and macro evolution, ethics of genetic technology and origins of the universe.
Faith and Science Division Luncheons
Each semester the department offers a series of Faith and Science Luncheons. These discussions are designed to build community within the department through explorations of faith grounded in science. Talks are followed by a lively, moderated, and informal discussion. Check out the campus calendar for the next lunch discussion.