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Monthly Archives: July 2012
James Holmes’ sick neuroscience experiment?
Over the past week I have not been able to shake this one nagging thought: that James Holmes’ study of neuroscience had something to do with his horrific crime in Aurora, Colorado. Before you think that I am somehow blaming … Continue reading
Posted in Religion and Morality, Religion and Science Tagged Aurora, Free Will, James Holmes, Neuroscience 15 Comments
Where the butterfly landed
I’ve recently written some posts about how I encounter the Divine when I’m out in nature – surrounded by the beauty of God’s creation. I had another one of those wonderful experiences this past weekend as I went on a back-country … Continue reading
Posted in Nature, Religion and Morality Tagged Aurora, evil, Faith, God, Krista Tippets, nature, On Being, Religion 6 Comments
A GPS for Life?
As I mentioned in a recent post, I recently went on some hikes with friends from church. The hikes were terrific – I introduced my friends to new trails and we got a chance to get some exercise and celebrate the beauty … Continue reading
Posted in The Bible Tagged Bible, Faith, Morality, Neuroscience, Religion, Spirituality 6 Comments
Thank Nature AND God for the Higgs Boson
Yesterday when I opened up the New York Times, I was greeted with something truly refreshing: a piece of interesting and good news: the discovery of the Higgs Boson – a long-sought keystone in scientific theories about the nature of … Continue reading
Posted in Religion and Science Tagged God Particle, Higgs Boson, Religion, Science 3 Comments