Dr Bethany Sollereder

Biography:

Bethany Sollereder is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Science and Religion. She specialises in theology concerning evolution and the problem of suffering. Bethany received her PhD in Theology from the University of Exeter and an MCS in interdisciplinary studies from Regent College, Vancouver.

Research Area/s:

Science and Religion, Historical and Systematic Theology

Research Interests:

Theodicy, Animal Theology, History of Science and Religion, Readings of Genesis, Practical Theology

External Engagement:

Works with BioLogos, God and the Big Bang, Learning About Science And Religion (LASAR), and has written for popular publications such as The Christian Century.

Select Publications

  • Beyond Barbour: new ways of teaching the relationship between science and religion

    Sollereder, BN
    Edited by:
    Billingsley, B
  • God, Evolution, and Animal Suffering

    SOLLEREDER, BN
  • ESSAYS IN HONOR OF CHRISTOPHER SOUTHGATE: INTRODUCTION

    Sollereder, B, Robinson, A
  • EXPLORING OLD AND NEW PATHS IN THEODICY

    Sollereder, B
  • On principles and standards in ecological restoration

    Higgs, E, Harris, J, Murphy, S, Bowers, K, Hobbs, R, Jenkins, W, Kidwell, J, Lopoukhine, N, Sollereder, B, Suding, K, Thompson, A, Whisenant, S
  • The evolution of Society for Ecological Restoration's principles and standardscounter-response to Gann et al.

    Higgs, E, Harris, J, Murphy, S, Bowers, K, Hobbs, R, Jenkins, W, Kidwell, J, Lopoukhine, N, Sollereder, B, Suding, K, Thompson, A, Whisenant, S
  • God and Natural Disasters

    Sollereder, BN
    Edited by:
    Billingsley, B, Abedin, M
  • Evolution, Suffering, and the Creative Love of God

    Sollereder, BN
  • When Humans are Not Unique: Perspectives on Suffering and Redemption

    Sollereder, B
  • When Humans are Not Unique: Perspectives on Suffering and Redemption

    Sollereder, B
  • More
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