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Karlos Hill on Juneteenth

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BioLogos conversation on Why Black Lives Matter for Science and Faith

On June 16, an exemplary evangelical science and religion organization, BioLogos, hosted a conversation on “Why Black Lives Matter for Science and Faith” featuring Bishop Claude Alexander, Deborah Haarsma, Lynette Strickland, and Harvey Clemons Jr. I am excited to see … Continue reading

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History of Science Society statement on racism

From the History of Science Society “Statement on the Death of George Floyd and Racism in the United States”: We know from our historical work how thoroughly entangled science is with racism. Our histories have demonstrated this across medicine, science, … Continue reading

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Demarcation Dilemma

The Demarcation Dilemma (PDF) explores how we define natural science, that is, how we distinguish between science and non-science. It does not deal with the question of how we distinguish between good science and poor science, or between good anything … Continue reading

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Covid-19 Blessing

Watch this often. Feel God’s love for you. Pray it for those you love. This is the church as it really is, extending love, peace and comfort to the world: Words from Numbers 6:22-26. Go to youTube to read the … Continue reading

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Shape of the Earth II

My thanks go to Chuck Rice, president of the OKC Astro Club, for inviting me to present a program for the monthly meeting this coming Friday. This video addresses: When did people discover that the Earth is round? Was their … Continue reading

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Where else but in a library?

“But in a library, you can count yourself as king of infinite space. You can find a spell for the refreshment of the spirit in every story you read, and every story can be something you live. There’s one sense … Continue reading

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Anthem – Is He Worthy?

To my daughters: This is how we see you. Not just in the past, but even now and in the future. Our joy in you is just the start. Each of you, just by being you, even now, no matter … Continue reading

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Early Earth Science Controversies: Mass Extinctions and Ice Ages

Last Thursday night I presented a public talk to kick off a new year-long series to promote scientific literacy. See the coverage on the front page of the Norman Transcript. It’s a joy to participate in an event with area … Continue reading

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My address in the Universe

My address in the Universe (PDF) Years ago I created an activity on the grandeur of the universe which parents could complete with their children. It was ideal for those long nights waiting up for an eclipse or meteor shower. … Continue reading

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