Tagged: science

Think Different

The Rise of the New Copernicans by John Seel Life is spherical. It is lived in 3D. It is better understood from lived experience than from abstractions. It is messy, provisional, and intrinsically relational....

Because “the Bible Says So” Isn’t Enough

by Tabitha Middleton Christianity has a long history of association with learned people and free-thinkers. Jesus’ first followers were convicted by the depth of his knowledge and wisdom, and the Pharisees learned to dread...

Body, Soul, and Stem Cells

by Mary Stewart Van Leeuwen In a September op-ed piece (NEW YORK TIMES, 9.10.04), Yale professor Paul Bloom rightly argued that ideas have consequences. Thus, one’s view of human nature will certainly affect one’s...