I promised we’d take the occasional break from evolutionary biology and simulated quandaries to check in on other science headlines, and that time has come. I’m going to try a slightly different format, more of a news roundup than a ramble on a single story. The biggest story of course is the landing of the […]
Sunday, February 21 7:00-8:30pm ET / 6-7:30pm CT / 4:00-5:30pm PT This month we will discuss what racial justice in immigration looks like, so that we can continue to seek justice and restore Shalom! We are honored to have Immigration Attorney Elket Rodríguez of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and Fellowship Southwest, and Dean Kevin R. Johnson, Professor of Public Interest Law […]
Previously in the Quandary Den, I gave you a chance to do some evolutionary artificial life experiments for yourself. I hope you got an opportunity to at least run a couple of different rounds with the simulation.
We continue our series of prayers for field areas today. Our hope is that each prayer will encourage those in a particular subject area in the specificity of their daily work, while also giving those in other fields a glimpse into how their colleagues are glorifying God in different areas of inquiry. If you’re inspired […]
Last week I introduced you to my escape room/dungeon crawling/superhero training simulation and a few basic results. I don’t want to keep all the fun for myself, so now it’s your turn.