ASA 2011 Annual Meeting

The 2011 Annual Meeting at North Central College in Naperville, Illinois is underway.

Program
Twitter feed (archived with TwapperKeeper)
Audio from the talks

Use the comments for this post to discuss any paper or session from the meeting, especially if you were there! If sufficient discussion is generated, we’ll create a separate blog entry for . . . → Read More: ASA 2011 Annual Meeting

Share the impact that ASA has had on you

We would like to hear from you about the way in which ASA has helped you. Please share your thoughts by submitting a comment or sending an email to “bohemian at wendeeholtcamp dot com”. Help us by answering one or more of these questions:

• How has ASA made an impact . . . → Read More: Share the impact that ASA has had on you

Ted Davis interview: A History of the Creation-Evolution Conflict

My friend Steven Anderson summarized for me his reaction to the Ted Davis interview, and I would like to post his comments for others to consider. – Stephen A. MacDonald Here is what Steven Anderson wrote to me: Dear Steve, Upon your recommendation, I listened to the . . . → Read More: Ted Davis interview: A History of the Creation-Evolution Conflict

Together we can attract more young people to the ASA!

Randy and the executive council have asked me to help them develop an electronic magazine that will intrigue and attract grad students and post-docs to the ASA. I have had great conversations with many of you already, and we’re excited about producing stories that reveal the exciting research that our fellow ASA members are doing. . . . → Read More: Together we can attract more young people to the ASA!

Science, Faith, and Public Policy

The 2010 ASA annual meeting is set to begin on Friday July 30. The first plenary talk will feature Congressman Venon Ehlers, an ASA member for many years. Other plenary speakers and contributed papers can be seen in the final program and the abstract book.

Audio files of talks are being posted at
http://www.asa3.org/ASAradio/ASA2008podcast.xml

Attendees and ASA members . . . → Read More: Science, Faith, and Public Policy

ASA Origins Survey with Correction

Recently the ASA sent a poll to its members concerning origins. Roughly half responded. The ASA is a fellowship of professional scientists and technologists who are Christians. The American Geophysical Union did a similar poll concerning global warming and found a huge difference of opinion between climatologists and petroleum engineers with 97% of climatologists affirming anthropogenic . . . → Read More: ASA Origins Survey with Correction

Hamilton’s Rule

A recent poll of ASA members showed some interesting results.

1. 73% of Christian professionals in the sciences affirmed the following: “Plants and animals developed through evolutionary processes” (with natural and/or non-natural causes from ancestral forms)
2. 60% affirmed “Plants and animals developed through evolutionary processes with natural causes from ancestral forms.”
3. 61% affirmed “Biologically, Homo Sapiens evolved . . . → Read More: Hamilton’s Rule

Building a Bridge Between Faith and Science

Dr. Jennifer Wiseman, astronomer and currently president of the ASA Executive Council, is the featured guest May 11 and May 12, 2010, on the radio show “Afternoons with Dr. David Anderson” from 3pm to 4pm EDT on WAVA 105.1 FM in Washington, DC. The program can be heard on the internet. Listen to the show and . . . → Read More: Building a Bridge Between Faith and Science

Is Inerrancy the Defining Feature of Evangelicalism?

The response of ASA members to the resignation of Bruce Waltke from RTS prompts me to write this. Perhaps I am mis-reading my fellow ASAers, but it seems that there is little grasp of a divide that occurred in evangelicalism over forty years ago–a divide that continues to this day as I see it. This is . . . → Read More: Is Inerrancy the Defining Feature of Evangelicalism?

iPad as an ASA reader

This is an “on the lighter side” post but knowing how strongly people feel about their computers, cell phones, etc., it might generate lots of controversy.

Being the Apple fanboy that I am, I was a fairly early adopter of the iPad. I did wait a week, so managed to express a bit of restraint.

I’m finding that . . . → Read More: iPad as an ASA reader

 

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