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The American Scientific Affiliation (ASA) is a community of Christians who are scientists, and engineers, and scholars in related fields such as history of science, philosophy of science, and science education.

     The website of ASA offers a wealth of interesting, useful information about science & faith, and their relationships.  Beginning with ASA's homepage you can explore our website, which includes archived articles from ASA's journal (Perspectives on Science & Christian Faith), information about ASA's Annual Meeting, Discussion Blogs (about topics & books & PSCF journal articles), daily news stories about science (gathered by Jack Haas), an executive director's blog (written in 2007-2008 by Randy Isaac), plus a series of 20 Topic-Pages (edited by Jack Haas), a website for Whole-Person Education (with 7 areas you can see at the bottom of this page), and more, including a description of ASA:

The American Scientific Affiliation (ASA) is a fellowship of men and women in science and disciplines that relate to science who share a common fidelity to the Word of God and a commitment to integrity in the practice of science.  In matters of science and Christian faith, we offer Christian scholarship, education, fellowship and service to ASA members, churches, educational institutions, the scientific community, and society.

and information about ASA:
What the ASA is and Why
Statement of Faith

How to Join

      also, the history of ASA (beginning in 1941) plus A History of the ASA's Journal at 50 Years: Modest Beginnings, Maturing Vision, Continuing Challenges

      Within the ASA, there are three affiliations: Christian Biologists, Christian Geologists, Christian Engineers and Scientists in Technology.  In the recent past (although this structure may change) we had eight commissions: Bioethics, Communications, Creation, Global Resources and Environment, History and Philosophy of Science, Physical Sciences, Science Education, and Social Sciences.  The website you are now exploring, inside the overall ASA website, is being developed by the ASA Science Education Commission.

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