Category Archives: Books

Don’t Tread on Me!

Human freedom, constrained only loosely by the caveat “do no harm,” seems the rallying cry of much of Western (especially North American) civilization. Tim Keller, in his new book Making Sense of God: An Invitation to the Skeptical, tackles the … Continue reading

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Signposts to God and More

Books, books, books … What is the best book you’ve read on Science and Christian faith? It seems to be the season … not the holiday season, but the book season. I recently received three new books. Books by a … Continue reading

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belief … story or history?

Francis Collins, in the brief stretch between stints as head of the Human Genome Project at NIH and, now, Director of NIH, put together a book, Belief: Readings on the Reason for Faith, an anthology of readings he finds helpful … Continue reading

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Evolutionary Creation 2

The second chapter of  Denis O. Lamoureux’s book Evolutionary Creation: A Christian Approach to Evolution provides a sketch of five basic categories for common views on creation, Genesis, and human origins – young earth creation, old earth or progressive creation, … Continue reading

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Evolutionary Creation 1

I am going to begin a new series of posts today – one post every week or so – centered around Denis O. Lamoureux’s book Evolutionary Creation: A Christian Approach to Evolution. Dr. Lamoureux is an Associate Professor of science … Continue reading

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Prism and Rainbow

Joel W. Martin, Chief of the Division of Invertebrate Studies and a curator at the National History Museum of Los Angeles County, published a book earlier this year: The Prism and the Rainbow: A Christian Explains Why Evolution Is Not … Continue reading

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The Bible, Rocks, and Time

I have been accused on occasion, on this blog as a matter of fact, of arrogance for dismissing the young earth arguments and simply asserting an old earth as fact. First I plead guilty and apologize. My husband, who is … Continue reading

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