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  • by Kayleen Schreiber
We may have heard it said that science and God are incompatible. But that isn’t the case, as this scientist shows how studying her chosen field has helped develop a deeper relationship with God.
  • by Noel Hornor
Is our world with its teeming variety of life the result of chance, a series of lucky accidents? Or is it, as more and more scientific discoveries are revealing, a perfect habitat finely tuned for life? What does the evidence show?
  • by Mario Seiglie
When the ground beneath your feet begins to tremble, it can be terribly unsettling, especially with lives in jeopardy. Why do we live in a world of earthquakes - and will we always?
  • by David Elliott
So, if one relatively modest volcano can cause so much disruption to international travel, what potential does the rest of the earth have?
  • by Debbie Pennington
The lesson I learned was that it is my personal responsibility as a Christian to care for this planet.