Faith and Science Teaching (F.A.S.T.) Online Curriculum

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This website houses numerous (freely downloadable) teaching activities that create space for students to meaningfully engage the sometimes challenging intersections between their faith and scientific claims. Activities have varying lengths and are meant to be used as supplements to other course curricula in a Bible or science class. Each activity is a stand-alone resource so teachers or homeschooling parents can select whichever materials fit their current needs.

These resources touch on more than origins controversies. You will find discussion of virtues that come into play in science, motivations behind doing science, how to think through ethical questions that arise, how students can cultivate wonder in the process, and more. For ease of use, activities are grouped under the following headings: The Bible, Biology, Chemistry, Meta-Questions, Other Sciences, Physics, and Relationships.

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Stephen Freeland, Astrobiologist and the Director of Interdisciplinary Studies at UMBC - See more at: http://biologos.org/about-us/advisory-council/stephen-freeland#sthash.uAYTnpWV.dpuf

As a Christian and an evolutionary biologist, I support with enthusiasm the work of BioLogos as part of my personal commitment to nurture dialog (dia-Logos!) between science and the Christian faith. I identify most strongly with the organization’s eleventh article of belief (“What we believe”): We believe that conversations among Christians about controversial issues of science and faith can and must be conducted with humility, grace, honesty, and compassion as a visible sign of the Spirit’s presence in Christ’s body, the Church.

- Stephen Freeland, Astrobiologist and the Director of Interdisciplinary Studies at UMBC - See more at: http://biologos.org/about-us/advisory-council/stephen-freeland#sthash.uAYTnpWV.dpuf
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