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|CTNS||Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences (Berkeley, CA)|
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One dominantly inherited disorder could be diagnosed by the detection of haploinsufficiency for the relevant gene (cases 8 and 9), and 3 cases involved carriers of a recessive allele: deletion at the NPHP1 [nephronophthisis 1 (juvenile); cases 10 and 11] and CTNS
loci (case 12).
In fact, I am personally aware of the strong position taken by CTNS
against the interference of the Foundation in the SRCP program.
One of those cited at the meeting by Robert John Russell, a physicist and theologian who is director of the CTNS
, concerns Peacocke's use of insights from thermodynamics in theodicy.
These two grants are awarded based on an evaluation by distinguished judges and are the final in a series of twenty-seven CTNS
STARS grants totaling $1.
The program builds on the recently successful CTNS
"Science and the Spiritual Quest" program (www.