Scientists Charles Darwin and Gregor Mendel were contemporaries. Mendel certainly knew of Charles Darwin, but did Darwin ignore Gregor Mendel's work?
Known as the "father of genetics," Gregor Mendel was also a priest, teacher, and abbot, raised bees, recorded meteorological data, and tracked sunspots!
This year's Templeton Prize was awarded to the scientist who led Human Genome Project and whose work testifies to the haromony between faith and science.
David H. Levy’s bio on the Vatican Observatory website declares that he is “one of the most successful comet discoverers in history.”
We may assume that all scientists are products of formal education; though James Croll, Humphrey Davy, and Michael Faraday prove this isn't always the case.
Is atheism inconsistent with the scientific method? The answer from this year’s winner of the Templeton Prize, Marcelo Gleiser, may surprise you.
William Bragg was a father from history whose talent, character, and influence earned both him and his son, Lawrence, a Nobel Prize in Physics.
Everett Worthington is explains the science of forgiveness and reveals the positive physiological effects that forgiveness brings to the human person.
The Arizona Center for Christian Studies hosted their Conference on Faith and Science themed, “Pursuing Science and Christian Faith for Human Flourishing.”
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.