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While many in society, including many scientists, believe that science and faith have nothing in common worth discussing, we believe just the opposite. Unfortunately, attention is given almost exclusively to pursuing emotional debates on what should be taught. The path of least resistance for faculty waiting for the debate to be settled is to avoid the intersection of faith and science completely. We recently held a workshop in which the objective was to switch the focus from "what" to "how" and now we seek your active participation in the conversation by reviewing the attached papers and corresponding with any of the authors directly for more information.
Our two-day workshop for college faculty and students in the natural sciences, mathematics, and computer sciences provided opportunities for the exchange of ideas for best practices to integrate faith into our curriculum. Participants walked away from this time with practical ideas to implement in their class rooms and offices as they interact with students and colleagues. We trust you will benefit from scanning through the ideas presented.
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