Philosophers Want Back into Science

Philosophers Want Back into Science

They used to be called “natural philosophers” before William Whewell coined the term “scientist” in 1833. During the Victorian boom, it appeared that scientists could work on their own, applying their scientific method to all kinds of natural phenomena, and make great...
The Purpose of Life

The Purpose of Life

Paul Rutherford looks at the purpose of life from his Christian perspective as well as Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam and Hollywood. On a warm day recently I visited my alma mater. And between the hallowed halls of old, a chance encounter reconnected me with an old friend....

Don’t the Fossils Prove Evolution? 

For decades students have been shown a representation of the fossil record appearing as a vertical column with marine invertebrates on the bottom, overlain by fish, then amphibians, reptiles, and mammals, with man on the top. The column is a column of time, they are...