By Charles E. Hunt, originally posted at Passion Talks. Science is derived from observing the natural universe around us. Engineering by contrast is the practice of using science to solve problems. But, by definition, ”god” refers to a supernatural being, outside of nature; therefore, it is impossible to make a direct observation of God. To … Read More
By Dominic Halmser, originally posted at Christians and Engineering. As part of an initiative by the new Center for Faith and Learning at Oral Roberts University, an introductory college-level physics course for scientists and engineers is being reconfigured to facilitate the integration of physics and Christian faith. Regular readings from a popular book, Einstein and … Read More
By David C. Che, originally posted at Digital Commons. What is a biblical perspective of engineering? This paper seeks to answer some key questions related to the integration of faith and engineering. It is the second paper in a three paper sequel on this topic. It attempts to build from some initial concepts in a … Read More
By Nina Welding, originally posted at the University of Notre Dame’s College of Engineering. When asked “What is the most important thing you have learned as an engineering student,” most undergraduates talk about the technical side of engineering. Many mention the benefits of teamwork. Senior environmental engineering major Claire Nauman believes the most important thing she’s developed … Read More
Originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. Robyn Shapiro, Director of Community at the Lowline, speaks at the Faith & Work Conference about how imagination and innovation have often led us underground. With beautiful design and inspiring architecture, the Lowline seeks to be the first underground park in New York City using a … Read More
Seeing What God Sees (via the Eyes of an Astronaut), originally posted on John Van Sloten, on Vimeo. In this message we think about the God who sees all things. What does it mean that we are the seen?