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A Physicist’s Look at Nature and the Nature of God

God is transcendent, therefore He cannot be properly illustrated by anything that belongs to the creation. A simple example suffices to make this point. Since God in His nature is eternal and uncreated, there can be nothing in His created … Continue reading

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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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A Review of the Documentary Film “Is Genesis History?”

Is Genesis History? asks a question that many Christians struggle with. Is the first book of the Bible comprised of pious myths? Is it an allegory designed to teach important lessons about God, but not actually a record of the … Continue reading

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