- Read more: New YorkTimes op-ed asks whether Big Bang model is in trouble
The new results from the James Webb telescope add to prior problems that raise questions, but don’t yet overturn, the Standard Model of cosmology. The piece can be found here. Our own Rick Jones addressed evidence for the Standard model at our recen meeting at Biola, found here.
- Read more: Schedule for the February 4, 2023 Meeting at Biola University, “In Defense of Truth”
The scientific enterprise has historically rested on the belief that objective truth can be found, or at least well approximated, with sufficient effort and care. The Christian world view also embraces this view. Yet in the past 100 years, our society has moved toward other views, which see this approach as a power play by…
- Read more: Details of the April 5 meeting with Bill Phillips and Marlan Scully
We are happy to sponsor a one-night, unique event with two members of the National Academy of Sciences who are committed Christians. Friday night, April 5, 2019 7:00 PM Dr. William D. Phillips “Ordinary Faith, Ordinary Science” While popular culture often portrays the relationship between science and religion as one of conflict, many conventional scientists…
- Read more: Schedule and Abstracts for the March 10-11 meeting at Biola
Once again, we have a great lineup. The theme of the meeting is “Emergence, Spontaneous Pattern Formation, and the Origin of Life.” The location will be at the Calvary Chapel on the campus of Biola University in southern California. This meeting is co-sponsored by Biola University and the Southern California Science and Culture Network. To…
- Read more: Request for review. “Marvelous Light”
Paul Spenser asks for feedback on his new manuscript, “Marvelous Light” For a summary of the book, see this link. One of the most helpful things we can do is review each other’s work! Send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org to get a full copy of the book.