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Creating Harmony Between Biblical Faith And Scienc...
Posted by Deborah Haarsma | March 18, 2018 | Ω Vision | 0
Creating Harmony Between Biblical Faith And Science
by Deborah Haarsma | March 18, 2018 | Ω Vision | 0
An audio interview with Deborah Haarsma In this Omega Center interview Brie Stoner invites...
Deborah Haarsma serves as the President of BioLogos, and has previously served as professor and chair in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Gifted in interpreting complex scientific topics for lay audiences, Dr. Haarsma speaks to churches, colleges, and schools about the relationships between science and Christian faith. She is co-author of Origins: Christian Perspectives on Creation, Evolution, and Intelligent Design (2011, 2007), a book presenting the agreements and disagreements of Christians regarding the history of life and the universe. She also co-edited Delight in Creation: Scientists Share Their Work with the Church (2012), an anthology of essays by Christian biologists, astronomers, mathematicians, and other scientists. You can find her blogs here.
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New Creation is the Center for Christogenesis online magazine dedicated to deepening our awareness of God, Cosmos, and Humanity in a scientific age.
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Why Tradition Matters
by Ilia Delio | January 25, 2023 | Uncategorized, Ω Spirit
by Ilia Delio The death of Pope Benedict XVI was a significant turning point in the Catholic...