Monthly Archives: September 2013

Extra Grace Required in Science-Faith Relationships

We all know people who tend to deplete our reserves of patience and good will. (Perhaps we’ve even been one of these folks.) I’ve taken to identifying such people as “EGRs”: extra grace required. This label, which I adopted from a guest … Continue reading

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Do Scientists Accept the Results of the ENCODE Project?

In September 2012, the ENCODE Project Consortium announced the results of the second phase of research designed to identify and catalog all the functional elements in the human genome. The ENCODE results may well be one of the most important scientific achievements in … Continue reading

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Physics Of The Gospel

    The Gospel means good news! All humans have an innate desire to spread the word about anything that is good. Spreading the news that God has come to Earth is absolutely good. This event is verified in the … Continue reading

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The Son Of God Is God As A Man

Nay-sayers is now proclaiming that Christianity is obsolete when in fact our society has not lived up to the “Ten Commandments” which take up one-fourth of a page in the bible that has over a thousand pages on the average … Continue reading

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Transposons Move the Case for Design Ahead

Transposable elements, once thought to be a class of junk DNA, show signs of function and, consequently, design based on new research. We live in a mobile society. People move around from city to city and state to state. Often, … Continue reading

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