Does evolution explains you and me? Our thoughts, desires and beliefs? Why we appreciate poetry and disdain injustice? For the past decades, many scientists have affirmed so, extrapolating an overarching, […]
A helpful, colorful metaphor is something of a rarity in academic writing. Especially in the halls of science, where scholars across disciplines often invoke specialized concepts and technical jargon, the […]
Over a year ago, Bill Nye engaged in a vigorous debate with the young-earth creationist, Ken Ham. Nye has had an itch ever since, which has annoyed him so much […]
To be an inhabitant of twenty-first century postmodern West is to be well-acquainted with at least some expression of the cultural battle between science and faith. Whether it is a […]
Each person on the planet, regardless of how officially religious or ideological they might claim to be, lives according to an implicit or explicit narrative that offers answers to big […]
As a second year university student, I came to my campus minister with some questions about science. Like others my age, I wanted to know about evolution and Genesis and […]
We live for creativity; we are creative, in a unique sense, because we were designed to be like our creative Creator.
I live in Spain, where one in every three people between 18 and 29 years old don’t believe in the existence of God. Many other countries share a similar statistic. […]