Katharine Hayhoe is an atmospheric scientist who studies climate change and an evangelical Christian. She is passionate about bridging the broad, deep gap between scientists and Christians and says the key to having a real discussion is to connect over shared values like family, community, and faith.
This lecture was part of the 2021 January series at Calvin University.
Can worship practices help heal our broken relationship with the more-than-human creation? How might lament, gratitude, the sacraments, and embodied actions reanimate our love for God’s world? Join this conversation with Katharine Hayhoe and Debra Rienstra
Video posted on January 25, 2021 as part of the 2021 Worship Symposium
August 9, 2020 Rev. Peter Jonker, LaGrave Christian Reformed Church
Francis Collins and N.T. Wright
Ralph Stearley, Calvin College
Lecture given at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, November, 2017
Geologist Stephen Moshier, Wheaton College, presents geological evidence that Earth is billions of years old.
lecture given at the annual meeting of Evangelical Theological Society in November, 2017
Radish seeds sprouting, top and roots growing
This video shows the latest prosthetic technologies (artificial eyes, hands, legs, etc.). It explores the current state of these technologies and the question of where such technologies will be in 10-15 years, with comparisons to tech in the video game “Deus Ex”. A good discussion starter on appropriate use of technology and bioethics. The connection to a video game will appeal to youth.
A short video showing human development starting from egg and sperm, with comments from a mathematician who models biological development.
Three sermons, part of several creation care ministries at this university church. Type the title into your browser’s search to find these sermons.