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Kurelek’s Christmas Visions of the Incarnation

December 8th, 2017|Comments Off on Kurelek’s Christmas Visions of the Incarnation

For years, while my children were growing up, I had a tradition of sitting down, sometime over Christmas, and reading to them from William Kurelek’s, A Northern Nativity: Christmas Dreams of a Prairie Boy (1976). I didn’t grow up on the prairies but have lived there

Lost in a World of Maps: Relations between Science and Theology

December 4th, 2017|Comments Off on Lost in a World of Maps: Relations between Science and Theology

There are lots of ways of thinking about how science relates to theology. Is it a conflict, a competition, a dialogue, a discussion, an engagement, or a partnership? Here is how I think of it: Imagine you are looking at a map of a city. What do you see?

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