Some time ago, a little-known Russian photographer, Alexey Kljatov, quietly posted on his blog and Flickr some highly magnified photographs of snowflakes. They have since gone viral. While people have […]
What are faces composed of? Skin and muscles? Sentiments? The long evolving cycle of events mirrored on our eyes and smile? I thought about these questions when Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s The […]
As we watch the news and are reminded of the many ills and obsessions of modern society, maybe it is worth considering how the affirmation and worship of a creator – indeed one who receives and absorbs our violence – might shape a different, redemptive response.
A few nights ago, I was reading a popular children’s Bible with my kids. We read through the creation story describing how God made the light, separated the waters, formed […]
It would be good to learn to nose-dive into a full, bodily celebration of the good at hand, even when it is as simple and routine as dew and a nicely mowed lawn.
Scientists have facts; religious people have faith, right? Life is one giant naturalistic process with no need for God—a big bang, stars forming, planets coalescing, continents drifting, life generating, and […]
Professor Antony Flew has been described as one of the most influential atheists of the 20th century. He lectured philosophy in Oxford and several other universities. For decades he was […]
Might, many wondered, these silent pinpricks of light in the velvet darkness of the heavens disclose something deeper about the origins and goals of life?
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 […]
Over the last few years, there has been a rise in popular science stuff in cyberspace. For example, the site “I effing love science” (… er…) has around 2.8 million […]