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Art Invites a Conversation on Ancestry

When it comes to human ancestry and origins, images can help communicate what words cannot, and invite a broader audience to join the conversation.

Andy Walsh: An Imaginative Applied Scientist Considers the Resurrection

Andy Walsh wonders about Jesus’s microbiome and the Resurrection. What was biologically different about Jesus’ pre- and post-resurrection body?

How will you manage mistakes in your book?

As for me, I aim to quickly correct my own mistakes as publicly as I make them. This is one of the demands of science, and what I expect of others.

Paul Louis Metzger: On New Wine, New Wineskins

Making peace with science requires new wine poured into new wineskins. Dr. Paul Louis Metzger founded New Wine, New Wineskins to bridge cultural divides.

Human Origins Workshop With Reasons to Believe

The dialogue between PS and RTB is live streamed on January 18th, as we consider The Genealogical Adam and Eve alongside their model of human origins.

How does the isolation of Tasmania impact recent universal ancestry?

The question of Tasmania pulls us deeper into science, wondering together about what we know and the limits of our knowledge. Let the conversation grow.

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.

Peaceful 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.

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