Let’s talk about Joseph Graves, Jr., the first African American to earn a PhD in evolutionary biology.
Evolutionary biology is a challenging topic; the history of the Christian church’s reaction to it, doubly so. Continuing a theme running throughout When Science and Christianity Meet, David Livingston identifies the human element as a major complicating factor.
Louis Agassiz: A Life in Science by Edward Lurie My rating: 4 of 5 stars Louis Agassiz might well be considered the foremost naturalist of the first half of the nineteenth century. He brought a rigor to the scientific enterprise in America that inspired everyone from cabinet members to farmers. And he also reflects the human dilemma of […]
This is the third in a series of blog posts concerned with Christian questions about evolution. In my last post we saw that science does not rule out God because it is not competent to address the question of God. But, is evolution compatible with belief in God as the Creator? That is the topic […]
In case you missed attending and/or watching SymposiaChristi’s Human Dignity, Slavery, and Sex Trafficking (Purdue), the Livestream video is available. I read on the Facebook Wall that permanent links will be posted this week. But as you may have more time this afternoon/evening, consider this an opportunity for a head start. All of the sessions which I had […]