There are three categories of membership in the CSS.
Anyone may become an Associate Member by signing up and paying the annual fee of US$20. Associate members receive our newsletter and may attend all meetings of the CSS at no cost. Associate members are not required to agree with the principles of the Society. To join as an Associate member, paying $20 annually, select this option below and click the “Subscribe” button at the bottom of this page. After signing up with Paypal, an administrator will contact you to set up your account.
Contributing members have the right to generate posts for our website and to participate in private communications forums with full members. Contributing members must have some scientific background and must agree with the Society’s founding principles (available here.)
Full members must have experience as actual scientists, and must be Christians in agreement with the Society’s founding principles (available here.) Scientific credentials normally are at least two years of graduate education past the bachelor’s degree in medicine, engineering, math, or a natural science, and at least five years of research experience past the bachelor’s degree. The Society will consider exceptions to these standards in special cases. Full members may post papers and blog posts on this website, and may vote 1) in elections of officers, 2) on admitting new full members, 3) on bylaws changes, 4) on position papers of the Society, and 5) any awards or honors given by the Society. They may also serve on committees which draft position papers.
To apply to join as a contributing or full member, send email to the society at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Anyone: can comment on website posts.
- Associate members: can attend meetings for free; can submit articles to full members for consideration as public website posts; receive newsletter.
- Contributing members can generate public website posts and participate in communication forums will full members, as well as having all privileges of associate members.
- Full members can have a personal web page for posting articles and links; can submit public website posts and can vote in elections and other decisions of the Society, as well as having all privileges of associate and contributing members.
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