13 News Items Tagged 'Science and Religion'

The Science of Spiritual Care
12.10.2013 News Story

HDS student Parameshwaran Ramakrishnan is carving out a career at the juncture of medicine and spirituality.

Deepening the Theological Roots of Our Work (Audio)
11.09.2013 News Story

Listen to MDiv candidate Shelley Brown's sermon on being theologically rooted in her work as an MIT scientist and a Harvard preacher.

Ways of Knowing: Graduate Conference on Religion 2013
08.29.2013 News Story

Graduate students and early-career scholars will gather at HDS to present their research at the second annual Ways of Knowing Conference, Oct. 25-26.

Crip/tography: Disability Theology in the Ruins of God
03.07.2013 Video

Sharon Betcher, Professor of Theology at Vancouver School of Theology, delivered this presentation as part of the 2012-13 colloquium series Science, Religion, and the Body.

History as Compassion
11.29.2012 News Story

Physician-historian Ragab gives voice to the ancient sick and poor.

The Violence of Naming
11.08.2012 Video

Shaun Marmon of Princeton delivered this presentation as part of the 2012-13 colloquium series Science, Religion, and the Body.

Slideshow: Lecture to Inaugurate the Watson Professorship of Science and Religion
04.10.2012 Slideshow

View a slideshow of images from the Lecture to Inaugurate the Watson Professorship of Science and Religion.

Lecture to Inaugurate the Richard T. Watson Professorship of Science and Religion at Harvard Divinity School
04.05.2012 Video

On March 29, Ahmed Ragab delivered the lecture to inaugurate his appointment as the Watson Assistant Professor of Science and Religion.

HDS Names Ahmed Ragab as the Watson Assistant Professor of Science and Religion
02.14.2011 News Story

Ahmed Ragab, physician, historian, and scholar of the medieval and modern Middle East, has been named the Richard T. Watson Assistant Professor of Science and Religion at Harvard Divinity...

07.20.2008 News Story

The once prevalent suggestion that religious thinkers and scientific scholars cannot truly engage in meaningful discourse has been mostly reduced to a moot point.