Monthly Archives: June 2017

The Non-Conservation Principle in Biology

There is no denying that biology is a form of chemistry. Biology is derived from and depends on all the rules of chemistry, including equilibrium, reaction kinetics, catalysis, organic synthesis, hydrolysis, entropy, etc. However, biology is a form of chemistry … Continue reading

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About the Bible.

“You guys are kidding, right?” “What do you mean?” “What do I mean? You are collaborating on a book. One of you writes the first chapter, the other writes the second. And so on” “Right. That’s what we did.” “Great. … Continue reading

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Accepting Evolution

I have noticed that for some people, the reality of evolution is not a scientific issue, nor even a theological one. They will never be convinced by either the science or the theology that evolution is both true and consonant … Continue reading

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On Maundy Thursday

On Maundy Thursday, Jesus came into the Church where I was, and sat down in the pew behind me. The service was mostly a musical rendition by the Church choir, along with another church choir and a string quartet. They … Continue reading

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Christian scientists

Some time ago, the militant atheist Richard Dawkins began promoting the idea that while he had to admit that there were some scientists who were Christians, the better scientists, (such as members of the National Academy) tend to be atheists … Continue reading

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