For many Christians, the most offensive part of Darwin’s understanding of human origins is his contention that humans are not biologically special or empirically distinct from a... Read More >
Joshua M. Moritz, PhD, is Lecturer of Philosophical Theology and the Natural Sciences at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at the University of San Francisco, and Managing Editor of the journal Theology and Science. He has studied at the Graduate Theological Union, Moravian Seminary in Bethlehem Pennsylvania, and Calvin College in Grand Rapids Michigan. Dr. Moritz holds degrees in theology, philosophy, history, the classical languages, and evolutionary biology.
As the elected high priests of creation, humans are called to intercede before God for the sake of the cosmos with the ultimate aim that all creatures should live in God’s prese... Read More >
To take the authority of Scripture seriously, we must engage Scripture in light of its original languages and its original cultural context. Read More >