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Retire Darwin Day?

In the journey toward a more gracious and inclusive origins dialogue, perhaps retiring Darwin Day could be a small but worthwhile step that we are all willing to take.

Lion by Leonid Afremov

On Narnians, Martians and Neanderthals

Just like us, C. S. Lewis encountered challenges from science. Rather than falling into unending arguments, he found a better way.

The Time Comes For Genealogy

Most new ideas turn out to be old ideas whose time has come, or even ideas that have returned after a long absence. The Genealogical Adam’s time has come.

A New Voice on Human Origins

With our first grant, a foundation will be laid from which to launch Peaceful Science as a new voice on human origins, uniquely equipped to facilitate an exchange of questions between theology and science. This could be a new way forward, where we find common ground in grand questions, rather than common answers.

Our Front Porch

So have you heard the one about the atheist, the creationist, and the computational biologist? Sounds like the start of a joke, doesn’t it? But what if it wasn’t the start of a joke, but the start of a conversation?

So Much to Discuss

13 articles from the Intelligent Design movement directed at Peaceful Science in just 2 months. We have so much to discuss.

Three Stories on Adam

Three different stories of Adam and Eve might be consistent with the genetic evidence. It returns us to the Grand Questions of Origins. We all should care.

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The Perils of Digital Dialogue

In the conversation between theology and science, digital dialogue is important, but comes with perils. Maybe DOIs could help us do better.

Robert Canfield’s Confession to Doubters

Read the anthropologist Robert Canfield’s confession of the Resurrection here. Canfield affirms evolution, but it is Jesus that reordered his entire world.

The Axiom of Belief

Dr. Andy Walsh, a Ph.D trained computational biologist, and he is publishing his first book, Faith Across the Multiverse: Parables from Modern Science.  Dr. Walsh is computational biologist, just like me. Early in our training, computational biologists become intellectual omnivores and polyglots. To be successful, we must weave between several fields. This comes through in…
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