Where does the idea of "desecration" begin and the idea of "important scientific research" end?
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The other day, a Christian friend of mine expressed to me that he did not understand how so-called scientists can be open to exploring the unknown, ye...
Vividly well written, The Science of Liberty is a book that anyone interested in science, history, modern politics and the future of creativity should read.
In our daily lives, there often seem to be just enough ants, raindrops, and clouds for us to discern patterns, but not enough to be certain or to know what they mean.
Doubt has many roles. We sometimes forget that God is mystery and a life of faith is one that is lived in the tension of never fully knowing.
Despite the great strides that man has made in the past few hundred years, we still can say what Socrates said long ago: that the wisest man is the man who is most aware of his own ignorance.
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