In the Beginning: A Video Curriculum Exploring the Catechism of Creation

This video curriculum invites you to explore science and faith through the lens of leading ordained scientists in The Episcopal Church. A short guide for facilitators includes brief lesson plans, discussion questions, and links to corresponding videos for each of four classes. Explore the Bible’s basic doctrine of creation, the modern scientific worldview, perspectives on the Big Bang and evolution, and the biblical roots for environmental care. This course serves as an excellent platform for a Sunday School or adult formation course to delve into A Catechism of Creation, a downloadable document that explores The Episcopal Church’s understanding of creation in the traditional question-and-answer format. The video and curriculum allow a sense of wonder and discovery to play a part in building care for creation in our faith communities.


polkinghorne    Rev. Dr. John Polkinghorne (Founding Member)

Articles @ Biologos, Discover Magazine

peacocke    Rev. Dr. Arthur Peacocke (Founding Member)

walker    Rt. Rev. David Walker (Visitor)

Bishop of Manchester

knisely    Rt. Rev. Dr. Nicholas Knisely

Bishop of Rhode Island

Blog: Entangled States

LMix    Rev. Dr. Lucas Mix

Blog: An Ecclesiastic Peculiar


CTNS     Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences

Founder Rev. Dr. Robert Russell, S.O.Sc.

Ian Ramsey     Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion, Oxford

faraday_logo3     Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, Cambridge

Castel-Gandolfo1     The Vatican Observatory

InterFASE, The International Faith and Science Exchange

     The Institute on Religion in an Age of Science (IRAS)


International Society for Science and Religion

10440818_10203343453739626_3656013055063085627_n.jpg     PASTCF, Presbyterian Association on Science, Technology, and the Christian Faith, President James Miller, S.O.Sc.


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