Preserved brains have had a mysterious appeal for decades.
We worked out what it would take to wipe out all life on a planet.
The Creative Spark by Agustín Fuentes and Darwin’s Unfinished Symphony by Kevin Laland.
There is reason to doubt the death of religion.
A recent study reported that middle-aged adults who attended religious services were half as likely to die prematurely. Is religion truly a miracle drug?
Why are beliefs, even plainly irrational ones, so stubbornly resistant to change?
Fr. Thomas Joseph White on the source of our religious inclinations.
New research by University of Colorado Boulder professor Stephen Mojzsis sheds light on the red planet.
We often justify our “bad” behavior by balancing it with the good.
Pakistani students grapple with the theological implications of the age of the universe.