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    Pilgrim at Peachtree Creek

    The South Fork of Peachtree Creek at the crossing near the Old Decatur Water Works Some books wait for you to be ready for them, then they call. Elizabeth and I were married in the summer of 1991. When she moved into my apartment in Durham she brought a paperback of Annie Dillard’s Pilgrim at Tinker […]

    Give a personalized gift of Stars Beneath Us and help me do my little part for the environment

    Alan Dyer, Milky Way Amid the Trees (2012) “I walked in complete darkness. Other than the asphalt under my feet, the only way to tell I was on track was to look up — stars shining between the trees created a kind of overhead reflection of the road, making it easy to follow.” — Stars […]

    Interview on Things Not Seen

    Click on the image above to hear the podcast Hi friends. A month or so ago I chatted with David Dault at Things Not Seen about religion and science and life and the universe and everything. Which includes my book. Last week I was in Chicago and was able to meet David and his wife Kira […]

    Beyond “beyond creation versus evolution”

    The old religion versus science duality is perhaps best exemplified by debates like the one that occurred between Ken Ham and Bill Nye nearly two years ago. Dull as this combat might be, however, most popular efforts at reconciliation are not much better. Image source: Christ & Pop Culture The following is Copyright © Fortress Press 2016. It […]


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