Category Archives: science

The Wonders of God’s Creation – chapter 1 part 2

Last post dealt with the universe and solar system. To continue the breakdown of Chapter One of this faith=science book I’ll focus on these three bits: What is an Atom? What is a Molecule? Bacteria Invisible but Important Atoms first: … Continue reading

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The Wonders of God’s Creation – chapter 1 part 1

So here we are, exploring how a religious book approaches science in a way that attempts to equalize faith and fact, often within the same sentence. Chapter one deals with telescopes and microscopes, plus some geology, biology and geography thrown … Continue reading

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Hidden texts revealed in ancient manuscripts

Cool story out of the Smithsonian: Last summer, Giulia Rossetto, a specialist in ancient texts at the University of Vienna, was on a train home to Pordenone, in northern Italy, when she switched on her laptop and opened a series … Continue reading

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Best explanation yet for Shroud of Turin

Yes, it’s Christmastime not Easter, but I was listening to the back catalogue of a podcast while at work called History Today and wanted to look into the story again once I had a chnace. From 2014 and the Guardian: … Continue reading

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“Intelligent design” in the science of smell?

Going by the Christian Headlines headline, yes. In a study published last month by Nature Communications, researchers reported new findings from fruit flies about how the olfactory system works. Until now, scientists assumed olfactory receptors worked by sending a simple … Continue reading

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Star of Bethlehem “found”

It’s the Christmas season again so again stories pop up to explain the nativity story with a hope of sounding scientific and also justified to keep Christ in Christmas. This one I get from Charisma News: In the spring of … Continue reading

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1minion invites God in – stars reveal a radiant presence

Time to delve into astronomy, astrology and the word of God. Pg 30 of Inviting God In by Joyce Rupp. (Other posts in the series are under the tag: Inviting God In.) He determines the number of the stars; he … Continue reading

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