National Organizations Aimed at Bringing Science and Religion into Harmony
Smithsonian's Broader Social Impacts Committee- A committee of individuals from diverse religious affiliations formed to assist in the dialogue surrounding the Smithsonian’s exhibit on human evolution.
- Statements on reconciliation from various religious perspectives
- Videos of thoughts on reconciliation from various religious perspectives
- Public event on the 30-year longitudinal study of BYU students
BioLogos- an organization founded by scientist to help bridge the gap between science and religion; they have articles, profiles, video, and curricula available
American Scientific Affiliation (ASA)- was founded as an international network of Christians in the sciences
The Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences (CTNS)- organized by the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA, this organization works at the intersection of science and theology
Resources for K12 instructors
- Utah State Board of Education Evolution Position Statement
- Resource links provided by the State Board of Education
- Making Sense of Science and Religion: Strategies for the Classroom and Beyond
Official Statements from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
- BYU Evolution Packet (Includes the 1909 Statement, the 1925 Statement, and the Encyclopedia of Mormonism entry)
- New Era Statement
- Mormonism and Evolution: The Authoritative LDS Statements, by Evenson and Jeffery
Recently Published Papers on Evolution and Religion
- Applying reconciliation in the classroom
- Scientific Reasoning and Evolution
- 30-year longitudinal study of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
- Proactive teaching strategies
- A call for cultural competence Evolution education review: Dunk, R. et al. (2019).
- Evolution education is a complex landscape. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 3: 327-329.
- Evolution instructors at Christian Universities: