If we accept a scientific view of the world in which fixed physical laws hold true, how can we believe in miracles?  After all, miracles are a suspension or interruption of these laws by God.  For example, is there a scientific way to explain the parting of the Red Sea?  If so, does it cease…

Source: Robert Runyon / Public Domain The classic view of creation is that God crafted all life by hand exactly as it is today.  In such a view, God takes the role of a master artisan or director who assembled each of us from a preset plan.  Doesn’t such a view, which invokes a craftsman’s…

Source: National Institutes of Health Looking for an example of how environment affects the evolution of a species?  Look no further than your own forearm.  A study by Dr. Julia A. Segre and her team from the National Human Genome Research Institute has found that for bacteria our skin provides an assortment on tiny ecosystems. Each…

While many talk about a general conflict between religion and evolution, the truth is that the acceptance of the theory varies greatly among religions and even denominations.  The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life’s “U.S. Religious Landscape Survey”, published last year, offers a glimpse into how religion and evolution intersect for different religions in…

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