What do all of these items have in common? To me, they all demonstrate a human tendency to more readily engage with human forms of intelligence and agency.
Honeybee dancing gets a lot of press, but that’s not the only kind of message they can send. Honeybees can also use scents for signaling.
My preference with these blog posts is to cover topics beyond origins and Genesis. There is so much other fascinating science to talk about, all of which reveals something about our physical reality and by extension something about the one who created it. But I do sometimes dip into faith and science conversations elsewhere, and […]
When I was approached to lead conversations with graduate students about science and faith topics as part of the ESN STEAM grant project, I accepted with a good deal of hesitation.
I used to teach a college course called “Epistemology” but the name scared off too many potential students, so we changed it to “Theories of Knowledge.”