Tuesday, October 06, 2009

unique(ness and) opportunity

If you've got any interest in the issue of human uniqueness or interdisciplinary theology and science stuff, check this out this video of my advisor's 2008 lecture. It's about an hour but well worth the time. And--just a note in passing--if you're intrigued, the Science for Ministry program at PTS offers an elective course on this topic, which (I believe) will be led by Dr. van Huyssteen.

"J. Wentzel van Huyssteen speaks on the recent findings in paleontology and anthropology in terms of human symbolic thought and creative imagination, addressing the question of what we have to learn about human uniqueness if we add the evolution of religion and sexuality and morality to the discussion."

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