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Ted Peters

Author, Professor and Theologian. Center for Theology and Natural Sciences

Ted Peters has authored, co-authored, edited, and co-edited more than two dozen books. The topics range from sin and evil to the future of God and to points where science and religion clash and cooperate. Translations have appeared in Korean, Chinese, German, Spanish, Portuguese, and Indonesian Bahassa. His scholarly task is to subject culture to…

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Ted Peters has authored, co-authored, edited, and co-edited more than two dozen books. The topics range from sin and evil to the future of God and to points where science and religion clash and cooperate. Translations have appeared in Korean, Chinese, German, Spanish, Portuguese, and Indonesian Bahassa.

His scholarly task is to subject culture to theological analysis, to uncover hidden spiritual dimensions behind secular language and secular thinking. His new venture as an author is a series of espionage thrillers with an enigmatic heroine, Leona Foxx.

Editing
From 1993 to 2007 Ted served as editor-in-chief for Dialog, A Journal of Theology. Along with Robert John Russell he founded the journal, Theology and Science, and continues as co-editor. He has also served as “Science and Religion” editor for Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart, Volumes IV-VIII, and for the Encyclopedia of Religion, 2nd edition, 2005.

Professor
For three decades Ted has taught systematic theology and ethics in Berkeley at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, the Graduate Theological Union, the Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences, and eco-ethics at the University of California at Berkeley.

Pastor
Ted is an ordained pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

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A Conversation With Ted Peters

UFOs: God’s Chariots

Science, SETI and UFOlogy

The Myth of the Evolution of ET

New Models od the Science and Theology Dialogue

Theology and Science

What will happen to Earth’s religions once we’ve made contact with an extra-terrestrial civilization? Will confirmation of ETI cause terrestrial religion to collapse? “No” is the answer based upon a summary of the “Peters ETI Religious Crisis Survey.” Religious believers are much more ready to share a pew with an alien than we might expect. How should terrestrial theologians react to contact with ETI? We will pose three questions to the newastrotheologian: (1) What is the scope of God’s creation: does it include all stars and all planets? (2) Will ETI be demonic? angelic? or ambiguous? (3) Will contact with more advanced ETI diminish human dignity?

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