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“Religion without science is blind.”

In my previous post I discussed the first half of Einstein’s famous quote “Science without religion is lame.” As promised, I will now address the second part of his quote “Religion without science is blind.” What this means is that … Continue reading

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The Ultra, Ultra Miracle Of Life

Scientists are truly astonished that the laws of nature are bio-friendly—fine-tuned to allow for the emergence of life. When one considers that life has evolved in complexity to give us the human brain and personal-level experience (consciousness) things get even … Continue reading

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Angels and Non-Physical Complexity

There are those who maintain that angels are a unique creation and are distinct from the human race. This needs to be given further thought, not just from what our faith teaches, but pondered with some scientific reasoning thrown in. … Continue reading

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The Subtlety of Prehistoric Human Thought

Are we smarter than our ancestors? Do present day humans make better use of their brains than did cavemen and women? If you look at intelligence as gathering useful information about the physical world—information that leads to new technology—it seems … Continue reading

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