Dorothy Boorse

Dorothy Boorse, Ph.D. is Professor of Biology at Gordon College. She studies wetland ecology, invertebrates, vernal pools and salt marshes, and is also passionate about connecting science and faith communities, increasing women and minorities in science, and supporting science literacy. She teaches, does research with students, and has just co-authored an environmental science textbook for undergraduates.

  • The Wonder of Creation

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    The Wonder of Creation | Dorothy Boorse

    Being involved in science is a natural outflow of our own human natures and God-given intellect, and Christians in the sciences can be a witness to the world around them. Read More >

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  • Science and The Truth Project, Part 2

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    Science and The Truth Project, Part 2 | Dorothy Boorse

    "..Tackett sets up a false dichotomy between evolution and faith, based on statements by people holding extreme positions with whom he disagrees." Read More >

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  • Science and The Truth Project, Part 1

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    Science and The Truth Project, Part 1 | Dorothy Boorse

    “How do top scientists who are believers form a whole, coherent world view?”  Read More >

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  • A Fumbling Journey, Part 2

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    A Fumbling Journey, Part 2 | Dorothy Boorse

    Even being right is not the end goal. Knowledge and being able to fathom mysteries has no meaning apart from love. Read More >

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  • A Fumbling Journey, Part 1

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    A Fumbling Journey, Part 1 | Dorothy Boorse

    I saw people who were real, kind, loving, complicated and sometimes, just sometimes (at least in my opinion), they were wrong. Read More >

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