The Clergy Letter Project has a new feature on its web site, “Faces of the Clergy Letter Project,” which provides more about those who have signed the Clergy Letter and their perspective on science and faith. The first person listed is Lori Bievenour, a local minister who is a Butler graduate and on the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences board of visitors.
Also on religion and science in the blogosphere:
Many have drawn attention to a federal judge’s rejection of the Institute for Creation Research’s appeal after their attempt to get accreditation for a ‘degree’ program was turned down. A key quote from the judge about the ICR: “Plaintiff is entirely unable to file a complaint which is not overly verbose, disjointed, incoherent, maundering, and full of irrelevant information.”
The Biologos Forum has a number of interesting recent posts, including most recently a continuing critique of Michael Behe’s argument for design based on “irreducible complexity.” There are other interesting recent posts by Rachel Held Evans, Pete Enns, and Karl Giberson.