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Now Serving as VP of CSCA

I recently accepted the role of Vice President for the executive council of the Canadian Scientific and Christian Affiliation. I and proud and honoured to serve this great organization. Genuine, honest, mutually enriching dialogue between science and Christian faith is so important … Continue reading

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John Coe on the Temptation of Academia

  “As a graduate student at a major secular university, I experienced personally (and witnessed in my colleagues and professors)  the temptation of academia: to be fashionable in one’s observations and conclusions, to be flashy, to be the first to … Continue reading

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Why dialogue Between Science and Faith is Crucial for Christian Theology

This coming weekend I will be presenting a paper at the CETA conference in Rochester, New York. The overarching theme of the conference is New Creation, and I will be presenting a topic that explores the theological significance of scientific … Continue reading

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New review essay now available online

My recent review essay for Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith is now available online at: http://www.asa3.org/ASA/PSCF/2012/PSCF6-12Franklin.pdf It explores four prominent issues currently being discussed in science and theology concerning our understanding of human personhood (e.g., what it means to … Continue reading

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