Pablo de Felipe
Pablo de Felipe obtained a PhD in Chemistry (Molecular Biology) at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain). He worked as a Research Fellow at the University of St Andrews (Scotland) before joining the Spanish Medicines Agency. Since April 2016 he is a lecturer in science and faith at the SEUT School of Theology, and Evangelical institution in Madrid, Spain (www.facultadseut.org) where he also coordinates the Centro de Ciencia y Fe (Centre for Science & Faith, www.cienciayfe.es), belonging to the Fundación Federico Fliedner (www.fliedner.es>).
Georges Lemaître, the Scientist and Priest who "Could Conceive the Beginning of the Universe"
One of the most important cosmologists of the 20th century was a devout Christian.
Evolution on Purpose: The Inevitability of Intelligent Life?
Paleontologist Simon Conway Morris thinks the evolution of intelligent, conscious beings is no accident. In fact, it’s inevitable.
Science and Faith Issues in Ancient and Medieval Christianity
When asking questions about the relationship between the Bible and science it is important to understand and respect the approach the biblical writers take toward the natural world.