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What’s Under the Microscope Can Lead to Worship
Finding beauty in the mundane: from our morning coffee to a nematode worm.
My field of biology has always been a very visual subject, and today that visual element can be expressed in stunning high-resolution color photographs.
What Animals Teach Christians about Getting Along
Competition characterizes some creature interactions. So does tenderness and care.
According to Jeff Schloss, a biology professor at Westmont College and senior scholar at the BioLogos Foundation, neither view—all idyllic or all strife—does justice to the wonder of
What Science Says About the Age of Accountability Subscriber Access Only
The latest research on good, evil, and infants.
Wallace believed that a godly force must have intervened in human evolution since the “higher moral faculties” were higher than what you would expect through evolutionary biology.
Are Religious Kids Meaner or Nicer?
A Christian sociologist responds to two contradictory studies and what they tell us about science.
Is faith good for kids? A paper published in Current Biology last year posed this question. A recent study published in Current Biology has called these findings into question.
Morning Roundup 6/16/15
Shia Labeouf's Faith; Making the Most of Life; Biologist on the "Engineer" Behind Molecules
Recently a friend sent me a link to a TEDx talk, "Digital biology and open science -- the coming revolution," which affirms that life's "complex interacting molecular machines" reveal
The March for Science Isn’t Anti-Religion. Most Scientists Aren’t Either.
What I’ve learned from a decade of studying the faith of researchers.
with. “I aspire to be a spiritual person,” one US professor of biology told us during an interview. “To me, it's almost like a kind of Golden Rule type of thing.
Is Addiction a Disease? Yes, and Much MoreSubscriber Access Only
Four core aspects of recovery that are essential for addressing addiction.
and spiritual. Addicts are moral agents, in community, with biology working against their spiritual goals. Biological whole lives. Biology and the Brain. Our
Starving Myself Meant Losing Myself
For years, I looked at myself in mirrors only to see mirages.
According to brain researcher Guido Frank, body image-related illnesses are rooted in brain biology, “and those biological origins of eating disorders may occur early in brain
No Middle Ground: Evangelical Leaders Reject Compromise on LGBT and Religious Rights
Scores sign statement against SOGI protections.
attempt to impose, by force of law, a system of orthodoxy with respect to human sexuality: the belief that marriage is merely a union of consenting adults, regardless of biology, and that
Why Our Body Destroys ItselfSubscriber Access Only
The science and spirituality behind the latest Nobel Prize in medicine.
dangerous. The mantra of cellular biology up to that point had been that building proteins—not destroying them—was the key to health and survival.
The Key to Raising Kind Kids
Harvard psychologist Richard Weissbourd says it’s closer than you think.
Two years ago, a headline-grabbing study in Current Biology concluded that religious children from around the world shared less than those from non-religious homes.
You Are PluralSubscriber Access Only
Trillions of foreign creatures in and on our bodies shape our health, desires, and behavior. Here's why they matter.
Swarthmore College biologist Scott Gilbert argues that humans and other “animals can no longer be considered individuals in any sense of classical biology: anatomical, developmental
Morning Roundup 10/28/14
Christians and Ebola; A Tale of Two Churches; Islam's Problem
As Paul states it, “things visible and invisible” (Colossians 1:16). Our theology must start with Christ and with Christ as King over all, including microscopic biology and viruses.
Rethinking Church Plant Funding
What do you do when the well runs dry? You dig another well.
city of Buffalo, New York. I was 21. I had an undergraduate degree in Biology and Chemistry. I probably wouldn't have funded me. But God called me
'Get the Girl to Do It'
What 'Hidden Figures' reveals about race, women, and how our sons see our daughters.
According to Ray Rodriguez, professor of cellular and molecular biology at University of California–Davis and executive committee member for the Center for the Advancement of
New & Noteworthy BooksSubscriber Access Only
Compiled by Matt Reynolds.
and men. In this short pamphlet, Roberts, an English churchman, runs through some basics of the biblical perspective on gender and biology. “There
The Integration of Christianity and Psychology: A guest post by Sarah Rainer
Sarah Rainer, Doctor of Psychology, explains how psychology and Christianity relate to each other.
psychological, and social influences. Accordingly, we are products of our biology and environment, both bearing equal importance. In more recent years
The Church Is Not a Single-Parent FamilySubscriber Access Only
Remembering the spiritual mothers of our faith.
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The family of God thrives when its fathers and mothers are recognized and emulated. Through both, the church becomes the stable home our biology could never guarantee.
3 Low Cost/High Impact Family Traditions: A guest post by Kimberly Thornbury
Traditions are the building blocks for strong families. Dr. Kimberly Thornbury shares some of hers.
Biology tests were passed, boyfriends who were not God's best for them faded away, they reached their goal of graduation, and will soon be married to their beloved.
Investments for the KingdomSubscriber Access Only
Eventide Funds has confounded the investment world with its success—and its biblically based principles.
At the time, Kuruvilla was simultaneously pursuing an MD from Harvard Medical School, a PhD in chemistry and chemical biology from Harvard University, and a master's degree in
Top Story July 28, 2017
After 50 Years in a Wheelchair, I Still Walk With Jesus
After 50 Years in a Wheelchair, I Still Walk With Jesus
On the anniversary of her accident, Joni Eareckson Tada reflects on God’s faithfulness.
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