Monthly Archives: November 2019

The old king

Georges Rouault, The Old King (1937);Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania What a dignity (almost obscure) the old king has. We overlook the flowers in his hand. His sympathy runs deep, for he has long battled the darkness within and … Continue reading

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Torrance Oral History Project

One of the most exciting professional developments of 2019 for me has been the privilege of initiating the “Thomas F. and James B. Torrance Oral History Project” under the auspices of Grace Communion Seminary and the Thomas F. Torrance Theological … Continue reading

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Love and the Cosmos: Trinitarian Perspectives on Science

This page introduces my online graduate course, “Love and the Cosmos: Trinitarian Perspectives on Science with T. F. Torrance and C. S. Lewis,” which was initially offered by Grace Communion Seminary (TH504) in Spring 2020. Course structure This class is … Continue reading

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Galileo and Medicine: A Culture of Innovation

Download slides (PDF) A. T. Still University (ATSU) is the founding school of Osteopathic Medicine. They host an annual Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Symposium (program). I’m grateful to Dr. Brian Degenhardt, director of the A.T. Still Research Institute, for inviting me … Continue reading

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