This two-year project (summer 2009–summer 2011) investigated the hypothesis that the big questions of meaning and value can be used to productively frame both pedagogy and research in science and mathematics.
New Directions for Science and Religion Dialogue
This project (August 2014–July 2016) furthers the mission of the Center for Science and Religion through bringing constructive science and religion dialogue into the church, building bridges between the center and both the Beeson Divinity School and the Resource Center for Pastoral Excellence, and creating a strong foundation for ongoing work with churches and academic and public arenas.
Randomness and Divine Providence
This major scientific study investigates the role of constrained randomness in simulations of the evolution of neural architectures.
Scientists in Congregations
This project, conducted between September 2011 and February 2013, was a joint project of the Center and Dawson Memorial Baptist Church.