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    Posts Tagged "Stars Beneath Us"

    How to forget your insignificance

    There’s a terrible lot of out there out there — SBU, p 137 I WRITE A regular column for Nurturing Faith. It’s an ask-the-scientist-a-question thing. In the current issue a reader asks: “Taking into account scientific calculations for the size and expansion and age of the cosmos, what is your view of the spiritual significance of […]

    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 […]

    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 […]

    Stars Beneath Us now available for pre-order on Amazon

    Since January I have been working on a book for Fortress Press. I just finished the second round of edits and I’m feeling pretty happy about that. Fortress, a well-respected publisher of academic theology, recently decided to try its hand at a popular line of books called Theology for the People. Stars Beneath Us is […]


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