Americans may think that most scientists are atheists or even adversaries of religion, but that's not the case. And welcoming scientists and scientific ideas into our congregations could help our youth, says a researcher who has studied the issue.
It's easy to see how teaching, scholarship, preaching, counseling and other activities are the work of ministry. But it may be harder to understand how being an administrator in a Christian institution is also the work of the gospel, says Donald Senior, president emeritus of Catholic Theological Union and the author of a book on the subject.
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