Integrating Science, Culture, and Faith

The Center for Research in Science (CRIS) exists to serve a community of students, scholars, and laypersons by promoting research that encompasses and extends the scope of scientific studies and addresses the inseparable relationship between science and culture, its role in classical liberal arts education, and the ancient dialogue between faith and reason.

We are certain that there can be no conflict between true science and true theology since God is the source of all truth; conflicts only arise from discrepancies in human knowledge, understanding, and interpretation. Indeed, we should never forget that science, like every other field of study, is a human affair, and is therefore always in the service of social and even political priorities.

We are very excited about inviting a series of devoted thinkers to come speak on these important subjects in the approaching academic year, and to make their teachings an integral part of the educational experience at APU. We will be sure to keep the community posted with upcoming events as the schedule develops.

News & Features

Center for Research in Science

  • Leslie Wickman Talks God and Science on Fox News

    Leslie Wickman, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Engineering and Computer Science and director of the Center for Research and Science,discusses God and the Big Bang on Fox News.

  • CRIS Hosts Re-Imagine Event

    The Center for Research in Science challenged APU students and faculty to think differently about waste through their event, Re-Imagine.

  • A Q&A with Leslie Wickman

    Leslie Wickman, Ph.D., now celebrates the release of her first book on April 14. God of the Big Bang: How Modern Science Confirms the Creator (Worthy Publishing) examines how science and faith interact.

Elsewhere at APU

  • Students Target Best Ideas in Business Competition

    APU’s Young Executive Master of Arts in Management students put classroom learning into action when they pitched their best ideas to Target executives in the Target Case Study Competition, with the winning team earning $1,000 in scholarship funds.

  • Robert Duke Addresses Foster Crisis

    Robert R. Duke, Ph.D., interim dean of the School of Theology and professor of biblical studies, examines the foster care crisis in a Christian Post op-ed.

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