Of artichokes and onions: How the world was divided

Of artichokes and onions: How the world was divided

This is the second of a four-part series of blogs offering my historical and philosophical story of the interaction of science and religion in Western culture and, eventually, my sense of the implications of that interaction for the future of the Christian faith and...
Of artichokes and onions: The baptism of Aristotle

Of artichokes and onions: The baptism of Aristotle

[Note: When writing dates in this and other blogs I will be using the designators BCE (Before the Common Era) and CE (Common Era) for what in the past have been BC (Before Christ) and AD (Year of our Lord). This practice has become standard in academic and scientific...
The fall in evolutionary history

The fall in evolutionary history

Certainly nothing offends us more rudely than this doctrine (of original sin); and yet, without this mystery, the most incomprehensible of all, we are incomprehensible to ourselves.- Blaise Pascal We live in remarkable times. Mysteries that baffled almost every...
Why have the ETI not arrived?

Why have the ETI not arrived?

Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the August 2021 edition of the PASTCF newsletter SciTech and is used here with permission. A Presbyterian Association on Science, Technology and the Christian Faith (PASTCF) member asked me recently about...
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