Enjoy the second entry in our new series of prayers for academics in specific field areas, by Robert Kaita.
I promised some science of a less immediately relevant nature, so here we go. You may recall the story of ‘Oumuamua (more formally, 1I/2017 U1), an object which briefly visited our solar system in October of 2017.
In an ongoing series, Drew Trotter of the Consortium of Christian Study Centers is sharing his reflections on this year’s Academy Awards Best Picture Nominees. We welcome you to watch along with the series and share your thoughts in the comments or on Facebook. This week, continuing in alphabetical order, Drew invites us to reflect […]
If you want to read about some science that has nothing to do with our current situation, may I suggest a story about vocal cooperation among dolphins or some fruit fly research revealing just how versatile proteins can be. Meanwhile, many Christians around the world face the prospect of celebrating Easter in isolation in one […]
As we enter Holy Week, we wanted to share some resources for the days leading up to Easter. We especially tried to choose resources that may help you enter into worship and reflection in a moment when most of us cannot gather together in person as usual. Our hope is that these resources, including visual […]