BIB 362 Science and Theology
This course examines the historical and contemporary relationship between science and theology, helping students think critically about important issues at the intersection of philosophy, science and Christian doctrine. The material is approached from a theological perspective. We explore how modern scientific concerns raise questions for traditional Christian perspectives on original sin, anthropology, divine action, and other areas of interest. Primary sources as well as contemporary scholars in science and religion are read. Prerequisite(s): , . 3 hour(s).
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