This article from Scientific American traces the remarkable progress scientists have made in understanding the complex origins of Homo sapiens as well as outlining the mysteries that remain.
In 2014, University of Wisconsin zoologist Jeff Hardin spoke on faith and science at the Faith Angle Forum. This interview is rich with insights and understanding.
When you learned about evolution, you probably were taught about random genetic variation in populations, inheritance of traits and about the role of natural selection in bringing about the “survival of the fittest.” This is often referred to as the Modern Synthesis of evolutionary theory. Some scientists think these principles are insufficient to explain the full breadth of evolution…
This video is a great tutorial on the biology of race. Why does human skin color vary so much? Anthropologist Dr. Nina Jablonski explains the evoluntionary trade-offs of our varied melanin.
If your church is anything like mine, there are leaders—lay and staff—trying to determine how to move forward as a faithful, worshipping community in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.