Extraterrestrial Life Part III: A God of Gaps

Extraterrestrial Life Part III: A God of Gaps

Dr. Kurland concludes his 'Extraterrestrial Life' series with his thoughts on the SCS 2021 Conference and his argument that we are His sole creation.
Extraterrestrial Life Part II: Ways to Search

Extraterrestrial Life Part II: Ways to Search

What technology is required to aid humans in their attempt to discover whether life exists outside of our Earth?
Extraterrestrial Life Part I: Chemical Evolution

Extraterrestrial Life Part I: Chemical Evolution

What kind of chemistry does life, as we know it, require in order to exist?
23 Famous Scientists Who Are Not Atheists

23 Famous Scientists Who Are Not Atheists

Many atheists are of the opinion that you cannot be a good scientist if you are deluded by religious faith. Let's put the kibosh to that opinion.
Science: God’s Gift to Man

Science: God’s Gift to Man

What does God intend when he gives us gifts? He means to give us joy, make us better, and glorify him. Science is one such gift from God.
Music, God’s Gift to Man: Music in the Church

Music, God’s Gift to Man: Music in the Church

Several years ago my spiritual director told me to study De Musica Sacra et Sacra Liturgia. Since then, music has shaped my devotion to the Church.
What Is Time? Part VI: Why God Created Time

What Is Time? Part VI: Why God Created Time

In this sixth article of the series “What is Time,” we discuss the timelessness of God and why God created time to allow for free will and moral choice.
St. Augustine: Patron Saint of Geeks?

St. Augustine: Patron Saint of Geeks?

As a science and math geek, I need a patron saint. I choose St. Augustine of Hippo, whose insights into science and math were centuries ahead of his time.
What is Time? Part V: Quantum Time

What is Time? Part V: Quantum Time

This is the fifth in a series of articles addressing the question “What is time?” Here I’ll examine how time in quantum mechanics is strange.
What is Time? Part IV: Relativity and Time

What is Time? Part IV: Relativity and Time

In this piece, I’ll explain why relativity changes our view of time from an absolute dimension to one that depends on how we’re moving and where we are.

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