Barbara Kingsolver shows that without truth, foundations crumble.
Ronald Osborn integrates a biblical perspective with humanistic values.
Peanut allergies are rare in Africa, where children are exposed early and often to a variety of microbes that we might regard as old friends.
Randomness is distinct from the Greek concept of chance. Conflating the two imports to science the sense that random events are gratuitous.
Stephen Jay Gould regarded science and religion as addressing different kinds of questions. Owen Gingerich goes a step farther with a more nuanced approach.
Elizabeth Johnson shows how biblically informed faith comes alive when we look at the world through the lens of Darwin’s Origin of Species.