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How Did Humans Become Human? Becoming Human: Parts 1 & 2

In this 2-part video series, scientists discuss how humans survived evolution and survived all other hominid species.
Becoming Human, Part 1, How did we get here?
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When Did Humans Become Human? Becoming Human, Part 1

When did humans become human? In this first part of our video series "Becoming Human," scientists ponder the evolution of…
David Go talks
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Why Do We Get Hung Up on the Word ‘Theory’ of Darwin’s Theory?

Dr. David Go is a Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, and has noticed…
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Can You Solve Physics Problems With Your Dreams?

Dr. James Gates, Director of the Brown Theoretical Physics Center, encountered an unsolvable problem in physics called the Unequal Force…
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Should Religion Have a Place in Conversations About Science?

Dr. Guy Consolmagno, also known as the ‘Pope’s Astronomer,’ is both a scientist who studies the cosmos but also a…
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Philosophical Anthropology

Jennifer E. Rosato

This course provides a systematic overview of major topics in philosophical anthropology, including the human soul and its relation to…
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Logic

Alan Vincelette

This course is a study of the logic of classical logic.
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Awe & Wonder: Scientists Reflect on Their Vocations

In this inspiring short film, scientists describe how their fascination with the beauty and complexity of nature informs their vocations,…
Core Relationships for Christian Ministry
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Christian Ethics

Steve McCormick

This course intends to show how Christian virtue arises materially from the theological/doctrinal convictions of the Christian faith.
Cosmology: Scientific, Philosophical, and Theological
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Cosmology: Scientific, Philosophical, and Theological

This course is an introduction to cosmology for seminarians.