Monthly Archives: June 2010

Did Jesus promote ignorance or did He try to stretch our neurons?

One of the big reasons scientists have problems with religion is that it seems to promote ignorance. In other words, the strength of a person’s faith is measured by “belief,” in the absence of intellectual investigation. Scientists like to have … Continue reading

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Imagine getting to choose who you are!

As terrestrial beings we are the result of a “genetic crapshoot” by our parents (which includes ovarian cycles and a swimming competition between millions of sperm). I am sure there are times all we wish we had been born as … Continue reading

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Jacob, Esau and non-physical bio-complexity

My new book Proving God is the result of a seven-year effort (including two years of attending seminary) to unify science and theology. My two main strategies are to show that love is the ultimate science and that Holy Scripture … Continue reading

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The Tower Of Babble

As a creative writer I enjoy concocting an occasional play on words. The title for this blog post is an obvious play on the biblical phrase “Tower of Babel.” The words “Babel” and “babble” not only sound similar, they confer … Continue reading

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