Tag: Science

Matheson: A Humanist’s Invitation to Peaceful Science

Former Christian turned atheist, Stephen Matheson, invites fellow secular humanists to join the growing conversation at Peaceful Science.

What Became of the Genetic Challenge to Adam and Eve?

Does genetics challenge a single-couple origin to humanity? William Lane Craig explains how we found that this challenge was an illusion.

I Was Wrong on “Monophyletic”

I was wrong. I incorrectly used the terms “monophyletic” and “polyphyletic” in my book, The Genealogical Adam and Eve. I am correcting the record here.

The Garden Path To 1+1=3

When I disagree with another scientist, I sometimes respond, “In my professional opinion, this just looks 1+1=3 to me.” Maybe they took the garden path?

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?

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.

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The Humility of Our Scholars

Darrel Falk, “People like me, stuck in a specific genetic paradigm, were wrong.” The humility of our scholars opens a better way forward for everyone.

One Flesh in Joint Intentionality

Several millennia ago, Genesis pointed to the very qualities that scientists now recognize as being crucial to our emergence as a species.

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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.

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.

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