Science & Spirituality
Awe, Wonder, Faith
Why this scientist sees no conflict between science and theology.
The stereotype of the unfeeling researcher in a lab coat just isn’t true.
How the phenomenon of time dilation became very real to me . . . at a monastery.
One cell divided in two, two became four, eight, sixteen, and so on, until the Son of God was a blastocyst.
How an environmental theology class opened my eyes—and mind—to my biblical responsibility.
Even Jesus had to go through the typical slow development of any other human child.
We might feel like we’re just going through the motions, but we can do better.
How should we interpret the creation narrative in the Bible?
What my young son’s play teaches me about God’s order of things.
I share my faith and my belief in science. But I don’t proselytize.