Tag Archive: science

The Perfect Christmas: A Star Trek Fan-Fiction Story

“’Oh, I just miss proper Christmases, you know,’ Chapel was saying in a tone of what Spock deduced to be false cheeriness. ‘Presents under the tree, all the family together…’”

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God and Science: An Overview

“The universe had a beginning. Therefore, the universe has an end. Before the universe there was nothing. If there was nothing, the universe had to exist as an idea. An idea implies a mind…”

Star Trek: Why the Franchise – and Mr. Spock – Matter

“Star Trek as a whole promoted techno-optimism…but Spock in particular helped make being a scientist…cool for countless Americans…”

Aliens: Science Fiction or Reality?

Enjoy this cutting-edge article about the possibility of intelligent life on other planets, and how we as Christians would handle such a discovery.

Intelligent Design Exists: A Summary of the General Argument in “Darwin’s Black Box”

Read this insightful review of “Darwin’s Black Box” by Michael J. Behe, which deals with the biochemical challenge to the macro-evolutionary theory.