What is the ASA?

What exactly is the American Scientific Affiliation, and why does it exist?

The American Scientific Affiliation (ASA), founded in 1941, is a network of professionals in scientific fields who are committed to Christianity and to integrity in the practice of science. The purpose of the ASA is to investigate areas of science and Christian faith, and to make these findings accessible for comment and criticism by both scientific communities and churches.

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