Monthly Archives: September 2015

Truth in Science (An Introduction)

I love science, and I will always consider myself to be an active scientist. But there are some things going on in certain scientific areas of enquiry that trouble me. I have seen some people (most of them not actually … Continue reading

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The Default Position Redux – Suffering and Christianity.

I have just read an excellent blog post by theologian Ryan Patrick McLaughlin entitled The Real Theological Challenge of Evolution. http://www.patheos.com/blogs/evangelicalpulpit/2015/09/the-real-theological-challenge-of-evolution/. The author raises an issue I have seen many times: that the problem with evolution is not that it contradicts … Continue reading

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Truth?

“What is truth?” “Oh boy, is that the topic?” “Yeah, why not?” “I mean, like are we still in college or what? Cmon, what is truth, you got to be kidding.” “OK, wise guy, can you answer the question?” “Sure. … Continue reading

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The Bus and the Drums. A love story for 911.

“And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.” 1 Corinthians 13:13 The young woman was crying. She stood at the front of the crowded bus. Her man was soothing her.”It’s OK, honey, … Continue reading

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Biology, the Lawless Science (Part 2)

In physics, chemistry, geology, climatology and even some of the social sciences, theories and laws are born from models of systems, generally based on observations or experimental data. Molecular biologists also use the term model in their papers and presentations.  … Continue reading

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Biology, the Lawless Science (Part 1)

No, the title of this post doesn’t mean that I think biologists are criminals. It means that biology is a science without laws (or with very few of them). And by law, of course I mean a construct, generally written … Continue reading

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