Monthly Archives: November 2009

Thanksgiving

God, I am thankful for: Your love, salvation, and redemptive transformation of my life through your son Jesus and your Holy Spirit. Kelly, the wonderful woman who I shall marry in a little more that 16 days! Kelly passing her … Continue reading

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Can a Biologist Trust an Evangelical Christian?

You are invited to a panel discussion on building trust between scientists and Christians. It is related to the IU themester of “Evolution, Diversity and Change” and is on the official themester calendar. The panelists will each give brief opening … Continue reading

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Letter to the Editor on Evolution and Christianity

[Published in the Indiana Daily Student, Wed. Oct 21, 2009. I know I should have posted this sooner, but I have been very busy with wedding planning and the event described at the end of the letter.] Science and Religion … Continue reading

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Is Intelligent Design Viable?

Update from Brian: For those interested in the audio, it can be found here. On Nov. 5, Campus Crusade Sponsored a debate entitled “Intelligent Design: Is it Viable?” between philosopher William Lane Craig and biologist Francisco J. Ayala at the … Continue reading

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Garden

Above, you can see a slide show of the plants and some of the harvest from the garden Kelly and I planted in front of my apartment in Bloomington. While our garden was not in favorable conditions since it was … Continue reading

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My First Seminar! (UW-Madison)

I have been invited to give my first seminar, other than job interviews, Nov. 30. This is a nice milestone in my career, and I am quite excited about it. The seminar will be at UW-Madison, and it will be … Continue reading

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