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You went to the Creation Musem?!?

Yes, several interested friends and I, including my roommate Chris, drove to the Creation Museum in Kentucky from Columbus. Some readers of this blog may not have heard of this Museum; others may see it as a beacon of truth … Continue reading

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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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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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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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FW: video of “Islam and Science” colloquium

Dear Colleagues, In case that you missed Pervez Hoodbhoy’s colloquium on “Islam and Science – The Quest for Rapprochement” last week, a video-taped version is available athttp://sg60.oar.net/physics/?page=1&showArchive=true#archive[Note: After you open the link search for “Islam”]The talk starts about 4 minutes … Continue reading

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Special Events about Science, Evolution, Christianity, and Islam

Ohio State will experience a confluence of lectures and other events regarding the sometimes tumultuous interaction between science and religion. I have listed five events below. The first four are courtesy of Prof. Fisher in the College of Biological Sciences. … Continue reading

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Bipartisanship on Science

In the blogsphere, representatives of the liberal and conservative poles of American political argument can be found at Daily Kos and Little Green Footballs, respectively. While I do not endorse or agree with everything on either of these blogs, especially … Continue reading

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Expelled

I saw the film Expelled on Sunday (Apr. 20) afternoon. When I walked into the theater, only one other person was in the audience. She left partway through the film. Another man arrived more than halfway through, but I was … Continue reading

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