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Friday, May 22, 2015

Sunspots 522a (more stuff I would have included if it had been published)

Here are links to two important web pages, on (mostly) unrelated subjects:

Christianity Today has an article on why Christians should get involved in science. Not all Christians, of course, but some. Evangelical and Fundamentalist Christianity has a lot of antipathy toward science, and that's not a good thing, for Christianity or for science.

Wired has an article on the damage to living things which is likely to occur because of the Santa Barbara oil spill.

Thanks for reading. Read these articles.


FancyHorse said...

Excellent article on science and Christianity! I agree with everything he said. Observing and appreciating the wonder and beauty of creation is a worship experience!

I enjoy The National Geographic magazine for showing and explaining the many various intricacies of life on planet Earth. For me, it demonstrates the mighty power of God Almighty and His careful attention to detail.

Martin LaBar said...

Thanks a lot, FancyHorse!