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The Unifying Potential of a God that is Real in the Scientific Universe (Free Webinar)
The scientific revolution of today is bringing us into harmony more rapidly than ever before. We have before us the possibility of a coherent and exciting Big Picture that lets us bring together our full selves – our emotions, our spiritual values, our growing scientific and historical knowledge, our origin story, and our sense of place in the universe. There is a radical way to re-envision God that supports, rather than thwarts, this harmony and might well unify humanity. Based on this Big Picture, I propose eight principles of a planetary-scale morality. There is no better time to do this than now. Today’s simultaneous sabotage of our country by our own government, widespread social upheaval, the global pandemic, a pending economic crash, have converged to shock the system as never before. Drastic change on a large scale is looking to many people not only possible but essential. Can we leave petty squabbles behind us? Can we envision a planetary Big Picture within which we can build a common future?

5:00 PM EDT
4:00 PM CDT
2:00 PM PDT
10:00 PM London, UK

Aug 18, 2020 04:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Nancy Ellen Abrams
philosopher of science, lawyer, and lecturer @University of California Santa Cruz
Nancy Ellen Abrams is a philosopher of science, lawyer, and lecturer at the University of California Santa Cruz. Her book A God That Could Be Real: Spirituality, Science, and the Future of Our Planet proposes a radical, empowering, and future-oriented way of rethinking God in light of undeniable andgrowing knowledge about the universe, the human brain, and the perilous state of our world. It won the 2015 USA Best Book Award in philosophy. Earlier she co-authored with renowned cosmologist Joel R. Primack The View from the Center of the Universe: Discovering Our Extraordinary Place in the Cosmos, the first book to interpret the place of human beings in the new dark matter/dark energy picture of the universe. After presenting the prestigious Terry Lectures at Yale University, they co-authored The New Universe and the Human Future: How a Shared Cosmology Could Transform the World, which won the Nautilus Prize.
Ron Cole-Turner
Professor @Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
Ron Cole-Turner teaches at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, where he holds the H. Parker Sharp Chair in Theology and Ethics, a position relating theology and ethics to developments in science and technology. He is an ordained minister of the United Church of Christ, a founding member of the International Society for Science and Religion, and until recently served as co-chair of the American Academy of Religion Unit on “Human Enhancement and Transhumanism.” His most recent books include a study of human evolution and its theological significance, entitled The End of Adam and Eve: Theology and the Science of Human Origins (2016).