Category Archives: Profiles of Christian Scientists

A Journey of Faith and Science

Toward the end of my graduate studies in organic chemistry at the University of California, Irvine, the conflict that sometimes arises between science and faith presented itself forcibly to me. The closest friend that I had in a group of … Continue reading

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The Great Search

The Geoscience Research Institute is located on the campus of Loma Linda University Health, an institution of higher learning that keeps Christian service at the core of its mission. In this post, we asked Dr. Richard Hart, the President of … Continue reading

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Questions: their role in discovery

  When we are seeking answers, it matters a great deal what questions we ask. That seems obvious, but asking the right questions does not always happen automatically. And one of the important questions is “can I expect to know … Continue reading

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Christianity and the Development of Science: Part 3 – Modern Day Believers

Introduction In part 2 of this series, we looked at a number of influential early scientists who believed in God. These men provided a foundation for the science and technology we use today. While the science culture may have become … Continue reading

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Christianity and the Development of Science: Part 2 – The Founding Fathers of Science

The first part of this blog looked at the historical relationship between Christianity and science. This second part provides additional examples of well-known past scientists whose study of nature came from a desire to know the Creator better. Many of … Continue reading

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Christianity and the Development of Science: Part 1 – A General Discussion

Introduction Warfare and conflict are often what come to mind when thinking about the relationship between science and religion. Some of the best known examples are arguably (Gould) the flat earth, the church’s resistance to Galileo and his heliocentric system, … Continue reading

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Christianity and the Beginning of Science

Aristotle began Metaphysics with a bold assertion: “All men desire to know.”[i] This probably seems reasonable to anyone who has had a child who wants to know everything from why they have to go to sleep to why they have … Continue reading

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