Jerry Coyne, evolution and the beasts that would devour our heroes … …

I just finished reading "Why Evolution is True," by University of Chicago Professor Jerry A. Coyne — and I highly recommend it. This outstanding book was written as an answer to those who say "there is no evidence for evolution," and as such you'll find it mentioned anywhere the science education culture wars are fought. …

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Museum hopping and inspiration …

This weekend my wife, daughter and I headed for Cleveland, where we could visit both the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and the Cleveland Museum of Art. Both are on University Circle, so you park once and just walk from one museum to the other. The first stop was the natural history museum, because our …

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Review: “The Language of God” by Francis S. Collins

I ran across this at the library a couple of weeks ago, and snatched it up. I had read brief interviews with Dr. Francis S. Collins, leader of the Human Genome Project, and I had seen snippets from essays he'd written. He's a world-renowned scientist who is unabashedly Christian, so I figured he would have …

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