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The Enlightenment and Joseph Priestley’s disenchantment with science and religion

[Engraving of assorted scientific equipment, such as a pneumatic trough]The Enlightenment and Joseph Priestley’s disenchantment with science and religion
Kevin de Berg, June 2012

 

Children of God: the awkward teenage years

798270Children of God: the awkward teenage years
Michael Smith, April 2012
 

Reading Scripture badly: the technological threat to biblical literacy

954634Reading Scripture badly: the technological threat to biblical literacy
Murray Hogg, February 2012

 

I am tired, therefore who cares?

191283I am tired, therefore who cares? Disenchantment in the age of information overload 
Murray Hogg, February 2012
 

Working hypotheses in science

WindCatcherWorking hypotheses in science
Bruce Craven, January 2012

 

Am I my keeper’s brother?

Review of Phillip Pattemore's book 'Am I my keeper’s brother?'
Jonathan Clarke, January 2012
 
 

 

 

From where I stand: a personal story about medicine and science

832881From where I stand: a personal story about medicine and science
Alan Gijsbers, January 2012

 

What doubt is reasonable?

223078What doubt is reasonable?
Bruce Craven, December 2011
 

Neuroscience, addiction and the gospel

Neuroscience, addiction and the gospel
Alan Gijsbers, November 2011
 

Calvin, scripture, and the natural order

Murray Hogg
October, 2011
 

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