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Pew: Churchgoers Least Likely to See Science and Religion in Conflict
Survey finds 'surprising number of topics' where faith does not influence views on science.
But even that number has decreased from 52 percent in 2009. The biggest area of contention that respondents mentioned: creation and evolution. More
Christian College President Quits After Attempted Layoff of Pro-Evolution Professor
(UPDATED) Trustees stand by decision to drop Tom Oord.
Christian College President Quits After Attempted Layoff of Pro-Evolution Professor. Oord clashed with the school's former president over his views about evolution and open theism.
Pro-Evolution Tenured Professor Laid Off from Nazarene University
(UPDATED) President puts Tom Oord's termination on hold after three-quarters of faculty vote 'no confidence.'
Pro-Evolution Tenured Professor Laid Off from Nazarene University. Alexander had previously clashed with Oord, who supports evolution and open theology, over matters of belief.
Weekend Edition: September 25, 2015
Pope Francis, Syrian Refugees, and more on this week's iteration of Weekend Edition.
Evolution of a Court—Sandra Stanley. Read this. It bothered me. It's good advice. “Hitler himself put up no visible resistance to the evolution of a court.”.
20 Questions: What Evangelicals Think of GMOs, Genetics, Fracking, and More
New Pew survey explores attitudes on science, including experimental drugs, animal testing, and space exploration.
17. Most adults (66%) and black Protestants (63%) say that scientists agree on evolution, while white evangelicals are split on the issue (49% say scientists do not agree; 46 percent say
The Next Chapter for Christian Publishing
Instead of saying goodbye to the ‘Golden Age,’ it’s time for us welcome a new era.
Instead of saying goodbye to the 'Golden Age,' it's time for us welcome a new era.
BAMCinemafest 2016 Round-Up
Five films worth looking for.
That angle is a rare thing in a world fond of thinkpieces and hot takes about how the Internet is killing us or pushing us toward some next stage in our evolution as our species.
Seven Freedom of Speech Films That Are Better Than 'God’s Not Dead 2'
Public conversations about freedom are important, nuanced, difficult things that demand art.
Shut Up and Sing charts the awakening and evolution of an artist and a citizen from someone who takes for granted the freedoms she possesses to one who values and sacrifices for
Are Faith and Science Compatible?
Hanging out with Christian scientists taught me even more about the nature of God.
I'm very interested in the way Christians interpret Scripture (which, at least on the Christian side of the debate, seems to be the crucial matter at stake when discussing evolution), and I
The Hard Work of Making Anne Rice’s Jesus Book into a Movie
How 'Christ the Lord' Became 'The Young Messiah'
It just seemed like a natural evolution, especially after I married my wife, Betsy, in a Christian ceremony with a pastor, and I think it kind of started then.
Shutting Down: America’s Largest Distributor of Christian Products
Send the Light Distribution was finally felled by Amazon Prime and Family Christian bankruptcy.
the many, many, many twists and turns of Family Christian's bankruptcy; a cover story on how to save the Christian bookstore; and Karen Yates discussing the evolution of Christian
Americans and the Creation v. Evolution Debate
Tonight, Ken Ham and Bill Nye will debate about the origins of life. What do Americans think about the beginning?
Americans and the Creation v. Evolution Debate. Americans and the Creation v. Evolution Debate. In the past, I have written a bit on creation and evolution here, here, and here.
Morning Roundup 3/18/15
Evangelicals and Science; How to Read Your Bible; 10 Myths About Christians
Now, the myth that bites the data dust, may be the one that proclaims evangelicals are a monolithic group opposed to the scientific view of human evolution.
Morning Roundup 3/24/15
Evangelicals and Science; New Life Montgomery; Work in Honduras
Such findings confirm that there are real tensions among evangelicals regarding some of the assumptions of science, Ecklund said, and hot-button issues such as evolution do cause
Confessions of a Media-Protective Parent
What I’ve learned from trying to keep my kids safe—but not too safe.
plus of adult life on my own, I've learned to blend in, to laugh off the references I don't get, to shake off the embarrassment about not really knowing much about evolution or falling silent
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