These kinds of questions were not threatening to ancient interpreters. Quite the opposite: instead they thought of them as invitations by God to engage the text more carefully. Read More >
Shelley Emling is a freelance writer for the International Herald Tribune and a former foreign correspondent based in London. Her new book The Fossil Hunter tells the real-life story of Mary Anning, a poor 19th century girl whose fossil discoveries helped change our view of the Earth's history.
...I’ve found myself writing and speaking a great deal these days about the reconciliation of science and religion. But somehow I fear I’ve failed to mak... Read More >
Exiting the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History last weekend, I found myself caught in a science-religion crossfire. Read More >