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Faith Formation: Science & Faith

Resources including: Children & Family Curricula & Storytime; Confirmation/Affirmation of Baptism; Denominational Resources; Tween & Teen Mental and Spiritual Health; Sexuality & Identity; and Online/At-Home Tech

Books

Picture of Baby Dinosaurs on the Ark?     Picture of Believing Is Seeing                              The Planet You Inherit: Letters to My Grandchildren When Uncertainty's a Sure Thing     Picture of Signs of Hope     Why Science and Faith Belong Together

Websites & Curricula

Center for Action and Contemplation (CAC) faculty member Barbara Homes and co-host Donny Bryant bring you The Cosmic We, a new podcast exploring our shared cosmic origins though a cultural lens that fuses science, mysticism, spirituality, and the creative arts.

Serious Answers to Hard Questions video-based adult Christian study

Video-based Adult Christian Study Curriculum: Serious Answer to Hard Questions is leading theologians addressing 10 obstacles to faith, including: the existence of evil, the relationships between science and religion, the sins of the church, and more.

Learn more and watch a sample video clip here.

Religion and Science: Pathways to Truth

Experiential Learning

SCIENCE & FAITH

JULY 11-17, 2021

We invite you to apply for Living The Questions if you are a high school student who:

  1. Has an interest in thoughtfully discussing questions around science and faith
  2. Is passionate about participating in service projects
  3. Has the desire to explore your gifts and God's calling
  4. Is looking to grow as a God-honoring leader
  5. Has completed 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade 

Click here for more information and to register.

Children's Books

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How to Hear the Universe by Patricia Valdez

In Our Library

Exploding Stars, Dead Dinosaurs, and Zombies: Youth Ministry in the Age of Science