Monthly Archives: March 2010

My Second Journal Article!

My Ph.D. dissertation has now officially produced two publications! The first was the one I wrote about earlier (Phys. Rev. D 76, 052002). The review process was slowed by my graduation, my moving to another experiment, and the other main … Continue reading

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A Little Bible Quote Quiz

Below are four quotations. Of the four, which are from the Bible or at least approximately so? More specifically, which are the words of Jesus? More than one may be correct. 1. “I will make you fishers of men.” 2. … Continue reading

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Return Visit to Columbus

Those of you in Columbus probably already know this, but Kelly and I will be visiting Columbus, OH (the city where we first met) this weekend (Mar. 26-28). We are free the afternoon and evening of Saturday and Sunday.

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Responses to “Can a Biologist Trust an Evangelical Christian?”

As an indicator of how incendiary these issues can be, even on this small blog, my entries on a panel discussion about Christianity and evolution prompted some controversy in the comments on my original entry and the entry with a … Continue reading

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About My Readers

I was pleasantly surprised by the response to my curiosity about my readers for three reasons. I cannot count you on only one hand! You follow this blog from four countries on three or four (dependent on how you count … Continue reading

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I am now trained as a Radiological Worker at Fermilab

Despite my bike having a flat tire (I took the van), I arrived at the class on time for an 8am start. After the six hour class and a 40-question test, I am now trained as a Radiological Worker at … Continue reading

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Listen to “Can a Biologist Trust an Evangelical Christian?”

The audio from panel discussion on biological evolution and Christianity that I helped organize at Indiana University last November has been posted online, along with a nice summary written by the InterVaristy staff leader for our group, Paula Puckett. You … Continue reading

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