Building bridges between theology
over thirty-five years
CTNS promotes the
creative mutual interaction between theology and the natural
sciences. The CTNS mission is carried out through three program areas: research, teaching and public service. The central scientific focus of these programs is on physics, cosmology, evolutionary biology, and genetics, with additional topics in the neurosciences, technology, the environmental sciences, and mathematics. The central theological focus is on Christian theology, ethics and spirituality, with additional attention to the theological issues arising from the engagement between the sciences and world religions.
2019 Townes Graduate Student Fellowship in Theology and Science Accepting Applications (pdf)
D'Arpino Essay Contest (Deadline, Friday, May 3, 2019) (pdf). Please note: you must be a GTU student to apply.
2019 Russell Family Fellowship in Religion and Science, April 10-13, 2019: "What has Science to do with Youth Ministry?" (registration now open)
In Memoriam Carl Monroe York (1925-2018)
Spring Events: Public Forums on Climate Justice and CRISPR
Remembering Nobel Laureate Charles Townes by Robert John Russell
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