Post-Doctoral Fellow in Theology and Science
BA (Messiah College), MSc (University of Northern Colorado), CAGS Bioethics (Loyola University Chicago), MTS (Trinity Western University), PhD (University of Newcastle, Aus)
Ashley joins Regent College as Post-Doctoral Fellow in Theology and Science, a position funded by a generous grant from the John Templeton Foundation. In addition to his role at Regent he also holds honorary research appointments at Vancouver School of Theology and the University of Divinity (Melbourne). With training in both the applied human sciences and in constructive and moral theology, he is interested in exploring the implications of theology for the human and natural sciences, technology, and medical humanities. Specifically in relation to the postdoctoral fellowship, he anticipates several opportunities to explore research outcomes that might theorize the mutual coinherence of theology and science. Indeed, to use a phrase from Charles Williams’ Descent of the Dove (1939), this fellowship will allow him to ‘mediate and practice’ coinherence for both the church and the world as he labours to probe and to preserve the relationship between theology, science, and technology.
Learn more about Ashley on his Regent College faculty page and his professional website.