This weekend I’ll be delivering two papers at the Midwest American Academy of Religion meeting at Ohio Northern University. Both papers reflect are reflective of the time I spent in the Evangelical world and my academic interest in the perceptions of science by the religious.
The first paper is Saturday at the Teaching Religion section at 4:15 p.m., and the title is “Observations from Teaching in an Evangelical Seminary: Strategies for Communication between Scientists and Wary Religious Non-Specialists on Controversial Issues” (Dukes Hall room 254).
Ecology and Science in the Study of Religion
The second paper is for the Ecology and Science in the Study of Religion section on Sunday morning at 8:30 (Dukes Hall, room 153) and the title is “Redacting the Book of Nature?: The Reception of Neuroscience in the Last Two Decades and Its Attending Ramifications for the Soul Among American Evangelicals.”
If you’re going to be there, stop by and say hi.