CTNS offers a vast array of resources for the student, humanities scholar, scientist, independent researcher, clergy, media person, and others who are interested in the study of theology and science.
We offer Science and Religion Resources with Ted Peters on various topics for professors who are developing a course in science and religion. We invite you to check out the Science and Religion Course Program (SRCP), which includes some eighty award-winning syllabi on a wide variety of subjects that have been taught on campuses internationally, or delve into the Counterbalance Library with its hundreds of hours of video, bios of speakers and definitions and discussions of various topics from evolution to genetics, bioethics, neuroscience and more. And finally we offer a link to the Interdisciplinary Encyclopedia of Religion and Science. There’s something here for everyone.