Peaceful Science
Peaceful Science

What Does it Mean to be Human?

Making space for differences with a civic practice of science.

The Book

The Genealogical Adam and Eve

Some think Adam and Eve are a myth.

Some think evolution is a myth.


Either way, an honest account of science opens up space to engage larger questions together. 

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The Forum

To understand and to be understood...

Whatever your personal beliefs, we saved a chair for you. The forum is our front porch. Rowdy, informed, and playful. Come explore the grand questions with us. 

What Does it Mean To Be Human?

Ancestry

Human origins, evolution, adoption, race and Adam and Eve. Who are we? Where did we come from?

Art

Clarity and mystery, randomness and order. What could be discovered in a dialogue between art and science?

Artificial Intelligence

Intelligent computers, neuroscience, consciousness, the Image of God and the soul.  Could a machine house a mind?

Of Apes and Artificial Minds

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The Blog

A New, Old, and Ancient Conversation Begins

The Genealogical Adam and Eve. A conversation begins on human origins, but it is also an old conversation, one that brings us to an ancient question.

Sy Garte: Why I Believe in the Resurrection

Sy Garte saw Jesus in a dream. Can a scientist believe a miracle like the resurrection? Miracles, by definition, are not addressable by science.

The Meaning of Our Logo

This typographic logo is meant to be composed with images corresponding to different content areas, but also conveying our mission and identity.

Nathan Lents in USA Today

Nathan Lents, a secular biologist, published in USA Today his reasons for endorsing The Genealogical Adam and Eve. This created a small social media storm.

Changing Faces

This change in our staffing does affect our plans, but hopefully not too much. The book launches in less than two months. The conversation is beginning.

On Growing Trust Between Worlds

Despite our significant differences, Nathan Lents and I found common ground in science, in education, and in our common humanity. That’s worth celebrating.

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