Nobody looks at the world without a lens. This insight disarms both sides of faith/science conflicts. Read More >
Tim Reddish (PhD, Physics, Manchester, U.K; MDiv, Knox College, Toronto) was a Reader in Experimental Atomic Physics at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, before moving to Canada in 2002. He was a Professor of Physics at the University of Windsor (Ontario) until 2011 when he resigned to study theology. Upon graduation in 2015, Tim was awarded Knox College’s Gold medal for academic excellence. He spent his formative years in Nigeria, where his parents were missionaries. Tim has a diverse church background—Pentecostal, Baptist, Anglican, and Presbyterian. He is also the author of The Amish Farmer who Hated L.A.
A morally neutral chaos has a creative place within God’s dynamic world, with both the potential for good and bad for creatures. Read More >
Have Christians fully grasped the significance of the Galileo trial? At times, the science and Christianity debate has a strong sense of déjà vu about it. Read More >