Intelligent design, science, and theology

Intelligent design, science, and theology

The intelligent design argument is that some features of biological systems cannot be explained by the widely accepted theory of evolution via natural selection, and that from those features intelligent design, and hence an Intelligent Designer, can be inferred.

Being the church in the only world we have

Being the church in the only world we have

(Editor’s note: A version of this article, “Bearing Witness with the Lutheran Alliance on Faith, Science and Technology,” originally appeared in the Summer 2018 issue of Lutheran Forum) Beginning to address the challenge In 1987, the year before the formation of the...
Saintly scientists

Saintly scientists

This spring (May 24) the church once again honored the memories of Nicolaus Copernicus and Leonhard Euler.  That may provoke readers to wonder several things, such as: Where did you get that? Who was Leonhard Euler? Should Christians be honoring dead saints? And...
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