Oh give thanks to the LORD; call upon his name; make known his deeds among the peoples! Sing to him, sing praises to him; tell of all his wondrous works!
1 Chronicles 16:8-9 ESV
Galileo and Other Good Books about Science and the Bible

Galileo and Other Good Books about Science and the Bible

The most important book that has ever been written about science and the Bible is none other than the Letter to the Grand Duchess Christina, written in 1615 by the great mathematician Galileo Galilei (1564-1642).
April 17, 2012 
By Ted Davis 
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Medieval Christianity and the Rise of Modern Science, Part 2

Medieval Christianity and the Rise of Modern Science, Part 2

The fourteenth century became a scientific golden age when much of the groundwork was laid for ideas that later ended up in the books of Copernicus and Galileo. Let me give a couple of examples.
October 31, 2012 
By James Hannam 
Christianity & Science - Then and Now 
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From the Dust: Framing the Debate

From the Dust: Framing the Debate

So why are Christians nervous about evolution and why do we even use a phrase like the ‘e’ word? The word itself has a negative connotation in many groups.
July 27, 2011 
By Ryan Pettey 
Christianity & Science - Then and Now 
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Let’s Not Surrender Science to the Secular World!

SERIES: Let’s Not Surrender Science to the Secular World

As much as I sympathize with Giberson and Stephens, I am concerned that one of their central assumptions—that there is a divide between ‘secular knowledge’ and Christian—essentially undermines their very pursuit of a middle ground where the two can be ‘integrated’.
October 26, 2011 
By Mark H. Mann 
Christianity & Science - Then and Now 
 
David Lack and Darwin’s Finches

SERIES: David Lack and Darwin’s Finches

Considering the immense popularity of "Darwin's finches", it is quite surprising to learn that Charles Darwin himself had very little to say about them. In fact, it was actually David Lack, one century later, who conducted the critical research that immortalized the finches in biology textbooks and popular lore.
August 01, 2012 
By Thomas Burnett 
Christianity & Science - Then and Now 
 
A. D. White’s “Warfare Between Science and Theology,” Pt. 1

SERIES: A.D. White’s “Warfare between Science and Theology”

White’s reconstruction of the past was fundamentally mistaken, and his metaphor of warfare grossly oversimplified the actual relationship between Science and Dogmatic Theology.
August 07, 2010 
By Mark Noll 
Christianity & Science - Then and Now 
 
In the Middle of Things

In the Middle of Things

During the medieval era, as we can see in examples from three different fields—science, theology, and literature—people were interested and engaged. They were not shrouded in darkness and anti-progression, yet for centuries the period was characterized in this way.
January 27, 2011 
By Amy Carleton 
Christianity & Science - Then and Now 
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Christian Faith and World Class Science

Christian Faith and World Class Science

Watching the discussion surrounding Francis Collins's National Institutes of Health (NIH) appointment has been enlightening in so many ways. Especially interesting are the arguments by critics such as Sam Harris that someone with faith in God cannot be a good scientist.
August 17, 2009 
By Karl Giberson 
Christianity & Science - Then and Now 
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The Galileo Affair: Emblematic or Exceptional?

The Galileo Affair: Emblematic or Exceptional?

On the morning of June 22, 1633 in the hall of the convent of Santa Maria sopra Minvera in Rome, Galileo Galilei knelt before the Lord-Cardinal Inquisitors-General and publicly abjured his false opinion that the sun was the motionless center of the universe.
September 01, 2011 
By Matt J. Rossano 
Christianity & Science - Then and Now 
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Adventist Origins of Young Earth Creationism

ESSAY: Adventist Origins of Young Earth Creationism

Many evangelicals believe that Young Earth Creationism is the only authentic, biblical way for Christians to understand origins, and that until the advent of Darwin's theory of evolution, it was the only view held by Christians. However, in this excerpt from Saving Darwin, Karl Giberson explains that Young Earth Creationism's origins are surprisingly recent.
July 01, 2009 
By Karl Giberson 
Christianity & Science - Then and Now