A Review of God and Evolution

God and Evolution: A Reader, edited by Mary Kathleen Cunningham (New York: Routledge, 2007) If there is a hurdle that often confronts those seeking to understand and think through the relationship between God and evolution, it is an awareness and appreciation of the range of views on the subject. Cunningham’s reader goes a good way [Read More...]

Uncommon Plagiarism?

I just noticed something ironic. I read most blogs in a feed aggregator, and the feed from Uncommon Descent adds the following to each post: _____________________________________________________________________ Copyright © 2007 Uncommon Descent. This Feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this material in your news aggregator, the site you are looking [Read More...]

Around the Blogosphere

Here are some snippets from around the blogosphere… At Thoughts In A Haystack, John Pieret suggests that the Discovery Institute is yet again acting in a way that belies what it publicly denies, namely that Intelligent Design is religious in nature. There is also a post about the Guillermo Gonzalez tenure case on Further Thoughts. [Read More...]

Sects in the City

A colleague of mine has been having his students develop a web site, called “Sects in the City“, about the various religious communities around Indianapolis. The project was undertaken with support from the Butler University’s Center for Faith and Vocation. I’ve long tried to use computing and the internet in teaching, and in particular getting [Read More...]


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