Prediction season is upon us. Here are three issues that could be an important piece of religion coverage in 2019.
Scholars, scientists and faith leaders around the world are working to reduce tensions between religion and science.
Faith groups have played an important role in marijuana policy debates in the United States and around the world.
Did God want humans to find a way to live forever? Religious transhumanists say embracing radical human enhancement is a faithful act.
The Bhumi Project seeks to rally Hindus worldwide in support of the environment. The organization is overseen by the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies in partnership with GreenFaith.
Gene editing could provide a revolutionary cure for gene-linked diseases. But does it take medicine too far?
Annelien Bredenoord is a professor of the ethics of biomedical innovation at the University Medical Center Utrecht in the Netherlands. One of her areas of interest is how to ethically move medical advancements from the research to clinical care stage.
David Archard is chair of the Nuffield Council on Bioethics, a London-based organization that explores the ethics of medical advancements. He is also an emeritus professor of philosophy at Queen’s University Belfast. In 2018, Archard co-authored a Nuffield Council report endorsing the use of germline gene editing in some circumstances.
Thomas Eich is an Islamic studies professor at the University of Hamburg in Hamburg, Germany. He has written about how to apply Islamic teachings to bioethics debates and previously led a research group titled “Bioethical issues in the context of Islamic law.”