Last week we took up the topic of where biological information comes from, using some illustrations from experiments in the Quandary Den. If you missed an earlier series, the Quandary Den simulates features of dungeon crawlers or escape rooms. A common feature of escape rooms is a code/password/combination lock puzzle. A password is a pretty […]
At ESN, we love sharing news about various networks supporting Christians in academic endeavor. Our friends at Rivendell Center for Theology and the Arts host the SOLAR network, which connects students and scholars working at the intersection of literature and religion. More detail below. Do you want to pursue postgraduate studies integrating literature and religion? […]
We frequently share job opportunity announcements that may be of interest to our readers. Brandon Spun, ESN author and Academic Dean of New College Franklin, shared this one with us. New College Franklin—a four-year Christian liberal arts college in Franklin, TN—is seeking a professor of Trivium. This is a part-time position with the potential to […]
When Matt Lunsford decided to write on what it means to be a Christian in Mathematics, he modeled his extended essay, A Christian Mathematician’s Apology, after an earlier essay, A Mathematician’s Apology, by G. H. Hardy. This is the third of four parts, the first describing finding his vocation and the second on the integrated […]
In some venues, the issue of where information comes from in biology comes up regularly. But I guess this isn’t one of those venues. Nevertheless, I think it’s a useful topic to address if we’re attempting a comprehensive look at evolutionary biology.