In his 2019 book, Joshua Swamidass offers a potential path to bring together both the findings of evolutionary science which point to humans arising as a population and a literal understanding of Adam and Eve as a biological couple specially created by God.
In this 1998 TED Talk, Billy Graham considers both the gifts of technology and the problems that it cannot solve.
What better way to learn how to integrate science in a sermon than by example? Here’s one from Greg that he preached for Trinity Sunday. It includes Augustine, C.S. Lewis, banana slugs, and beauty.
The COVID-19 pandemic appears to show that significant portions of the American public are distrustful of science. But this idea just doesn’t fit the current survey data about trust in science and scientists.
We’ve written posts on our blog about cognitive biases — short cuts our brains take to be more efficient — but did you know scientists have documented just short of 200 different biases? You can take a look at them in this amazing graphic, or dive deeper by reading about them on wikipedia.