March 2011 Miller, Lisa. (Host). (March 29, 2011). Science of the Soul. A TV documentary program aired on the History International channel, Tuesday March 29, 2011Science of the Soul. (2011). As reviewed by Walter Shropshire for WesleyNexus.
December 2010 Amenabar, Alejandro. (Director). (2010). Agora [DVD]. [As reviewed: $15.99] Reviewed by Walter Shropshire for WesleyNexus, December 2010
October 2010 Belton, David. (Director). (2010). God in America [DVD]. United States: Frontline and American Experience of Boston, MA. [As reviewed: Documentary Film, $34.99] Reviewed by Walter Shropshire for WesleyNexus
1. An Interesting Podcast: God as Creative Mystery. Dr. Gordon Kaufman is a theologian who is sparking some enthusiasm. The interview was done in the context of Stuart Kauffman's book “Reinventing the Sacred.” Kaufman is talking about faith, creativity and mystery. Some consider this a very unusual approach for a theologian.
2. The film, Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story, (follow link for more information) is about a world renown neurosurgeon at John Hopkins Children’s Center. He is a 7th Day Adventists and the movie presents his science and faith working to make him who he is in a very accessible way.
3. The Wesley Ministry Network has developed a wonderful beginning science and religion video series. Hosted by Francis Collins, Director, The National Institutes of Health and Former Director, The Human Genome Project, this series provides an introduction and framework for those interested in learning what the field is all about. Dr. Collins’ introduction can be viewed on the web without charge.
4. Closer To The Truth provides a wide range of web based podcasts on a variety of topics:
5. Wesley Wildman (Boston University) The Center for the Study of Religion and Psychology at Boston University's Danielsen Institute under the direction of Dr. Robert Neville hosts a study of religious experience (It is advanced). Each title below is a link.
6. Veritas Forum: The Veritas Forum produces a series of university events that engage students and faculty in discussions about life's hardest questions and the relevance of Jesus Christ to all of life. The events are created by local university students, professors, and ministers while shaped and guided by the headquarter Veritas team. (from an evangelical perspective.)