Monthly Archives: April 2016

Praise the Lord, Simulator of the Universe

Neil deGrasse Tyson’s recent debate at the American Museum of Natural History on the question of whether we live in a real or a simulated universe was fascinating. The first interesting thing is that such a hypothesis is considered worthy of … Continue reading

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God in His Creation

I believe that God is the creator of all that exists. We don’t know how God created our universe, or even if there is only one universe or there are many independent ones. We don’t know if life arose from … Continue reading

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Review of Michael Denton’s Book

On Feb 10, I posted a link to our review of Michael Denton’s book Evolution: Still a Theory in Crisis that was published on the Biologos Blog. That review did spark some interest on the Biologos site, but the discussion quickly went … Continue reading

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The Story of My Greatest Discovery

In 1991, on a trip to London, I had some free time and went to the British Library. I saw a lot of manuscripts on display, but nothing on science. I asked a guard for directions to the scientific manuscripts, … Continue reading

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