Category Archives: Science and Christian Faith

Is Christian Faith Obsolete in a Scientific Age?

Is Christian Faith Obsolete in a Scientific Age? I’ve just uploaded my CSCA lecture, delivered in several locations last year, including the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre in Morden, University of Manitoba, SEMC Church in Steinbach, and Transcona Christian Reformed Church … Continue reading

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I’m Convinced that the Evolutionary Paradigm of Human Origins is True. Now What?

I’m Convinced that the Evolutionary Paradigm of Human Origins is True. Now What? If one becomes convinced that evolution is real – it happened – what then is one to do with the Bible? With traditional Christian beliefs and doctrines? … Continue reading

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Public Lecture on Faith & Science in Steinbach (Feb. 15, 7pm)

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Now Serving as VP of CSCA

I recently accepted the role of Vice President for the executive council of the Canadian Scientific and Christian Affiliation. I and proud and honoured to serve this great organization. Genuine, honest, mutually enriching dialogue between science and Christian faith is so important … Continue reading

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A Question About Intelligent Design

A Question to both ID Proponents and Proponents of EC (Evolutionary Creationism or Theistic Evolution) About the Concept of Design Here’s a question I throw out there on the concept of design: It seems to me that the inference to … Continue reading

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Some Reflections on Methodological Naturalism in Science (and some friendly debate)

Some Reflections on Methodological Naturalism in Science (and some friendly debate) Methodological Naturalism (MN) is an important concept, one that involves issues that both scientists and theologians (not to mention philosophers) find significant and interesting. Dr. Joshua Swamidass has recently … Continue reading

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John Coe on the Temptation of Academia

  “As a graduate student at a major secular university, I experienced personally (and witnessed in my colleagues and professors)  the temptation of academia: to be fashionable in one’s observations and conclusions, to be flashy, to be the first to … Continue reading

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Scientific Pursuit as a Form of Worship

Why is ongoing dialogue between faith and science so important? Read my brief article in Eyewitness to find out (pages 14-15) and then join the conversation!

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Debate: God, Science, and the Universe

This past Saturday a debate took place at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto, on the topic of God, Science, and the Universe. Participants included Lawrence Krauss, Stephen Meyer, and Denis Lamoureux. You can view the whole thing on You Tube … Continue reading

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Integrating Faith and Science: Some Reflections on Psalm 19

Last night I gave a public lecture in Steinbach entitled “Is Christian Faith Obsolete in a Scientific Age?” I will be giving the lecture again this Saturday evening in Winnipeg at McNally Robinson Bookstore and the following Saturday evening in … Continue reading

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