Below we link to some resources produced by various grant projects we’ve hosted and consulted on. You’ll also find a listing of various organizations we’re friendly with, many of whom offer resources on many topics. This page will occasionally be updated with new resources. If you have corrections to this page, feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Featured Resource | Justin Barrett Offers Psychology for Theology
Maybe the idea of psychology being a tool for doing theology is a real head-scratcher for you. Our TheoPsych project was designed to nurture work right at the intersection of those disciplines. A full suite of online learning resources will be available soon, but in the meantime, enjoy this talk from Justin Barrett about how theologians might embrace psychology for more robust insight.
Featured Resource | Oliver Crisp & Tom Oord in Conversation: Tradition, Providence, and Christ
During our seminar on the two natures of Christ, we brought together two very different theologians to explore their contrasting takes on big topics of the Christian faith. What are the salient features of their respective traditions (Wesleyanism and Calvinism respectively)? How do they think about God’s providence? And then how do they see Jesus as fully human, and also divine? Listen here.
Visit our YouTube channel for a look at some of the video content from past projects by clicking here. Why not start by watching the STEAM Playlist? It highlights resources and events produced by churches and ministries, to help young adults grapple with issues relating to science and their faith.
Recommended Study Guides
More from Justin Barrett:
- The Veritas Forum | Faculty Roundtable discussing “God and the Human Mind.” Dig deeper into this topic via resources on this page.
- UCCF: The Christian unions | Addressing undergrad science students in the UK, Justin addresses the question, “Is my faith just a by-product of evolution?”
- The University of Aukland | An interview on the development and content of the psychological and experimental study of religion for a university class
Below we acknowledge several Christian organizations with similar goals…
Our friends at the organizations listed are always working to produce excellent resources for helping us on our journey of understand God, the world, and ourselves. We don’t always agree 100% with one another, but find these groups consistently offer meaningful contributions to conversations on today’s pressing topics. Even in our disagreements, we find avenues towards growth and truth-finding, as we engage in civil discourse.
Integrating and communicating well researched science and theology in the service of the Church and the scientific community, through publications and networking
Founded by Francis Collins to invite the church to see the harmony between science and biblical faith, while presenting an evolutionary understanding of God’s creation.
Advancing a civic practice of science by seeking dialogue in discord and fostering interdisciplinary scholarship engaged with science and the public.
An organization promoting communication and unity between the Christian and scientific communities in Brazil.
Society of Catholic Scientists
An international lay organization founded to foster fellowship among Catholic scientists and witness to the harmony of faith and reason.
Christians in Science
A UK-based network of individuals interested in faith/science dialogue and integration through resources and events.
Science for the Church
A group connecting and leveraging relationships with scientists and clergy, offering a weekly newsletter tackling some of the toughest questions.
A Catholic organizations seeking answers to life’s biggest questions from interdisciplinary sources like science, theology, mathematics, and philosophy.
A variety of traditions and conversations…
Below we offer resources from groups working on interdisciplinary projects dealing with religion generally, or between science and other world religions. Though our organization’s focus is based broadly in the Christian tradition, we hope to bring unity and nurture growth for all people.
AAAS / DoSER
Facilitating communications between the scientific and religious communities internationally. The world’s largest multidisciplinary scientific society and publisher.
Ian Ramsey Centre
Researching religious and theological concepts in relation to the sciences at Oxford. Developing new research on religious beliefs and metaphysics, scientifically.
The Faraday Institute
An interdisciplinary research enterprise affiliated with Cambridge, seeking to engage the public understanding of science and religion.
Science & Islam
Science & Buddhism