Opened by Wonder

It must be added that the dichotomy does not have to exist. There is no one who only wonders, and never believes. The danger is when beliefs are treated as sacrosanct, so that nothing and no one can cause us to open ourselves to new information and new possibilities.   [Read more...]

Moses the Lifeguard

This cartoon came my way on Facebook today: While it is just a bit of silly humor, it can be the jumping off point for a reflection on something more serious and timely. A lot of religious believers make it a point of dogma to affirm that miracles happened as described in the Bible. But [Read More...]

Science Doesn’t Replace Wonder

  A recent Frazz comic strip. HT Phil Plait [Read more...]

Win a Free Copy of Abraham Kuyper, Wisdom and Wonder!

Patheos, in addition to hosting a book club discussion of the new translation of Abraham Kuyper’s treatment of science and art and their relation to Christianity, published under the title Wisdom & Wonder: Common Grace in Science & Art, Patheos has also generously given me the opportunity to give away a copy to one lucky [Read More...]

Wisdom and Wonder by Abraham Kuyper

I am grateful to Patheos for giving me the opportunity to participate in the Patheos Book Club discussion of the translation of Abraham Kuyper’s book, released under the English title Wisdom & Wonder: Common Grace in Science & Art. The book offers a fascinating insight into the question of how Christian faith relates to major [Read More...]


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