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Potentially harmful microplastics found in human testis

A total solar eclipse is observed above the mountainous Siberian Altai region, about 3,000 kilometers (1,850 miles) east of Moscow, on Friday, Aug. 1, 2008. (AP Photo/Oleg Romanov, File)

“I may not see any more eclipses”

Dr. Jonathan Witt joins The Denison Forum Podcast to discuss this central question of his book, A Meaningful World: How the Arts and Sciences Reveal the Genius of Nature.

How the arts and sciences reveal God’s genius: Dr. Jonathan Witt discusses “A Meaningful World”

Alister McGrath joined The Denison Forum Podcast to discuss his latest book, "Coming to Faith through Dawkins."

How can doubt and disbelief become transforming faith? A conversation with Alister McGrath

Light shines forth from a starfield on a dark sky, an illustration of the beginning of the universe © By Quality Stock Arts/stock.adobe.com

The Judeo-Christian origins of modern science: An excerpt from “Return of the God Hypothesis” by Stephen C. Meyer

A black thought bubble containing dozens of written scientific equations balloons above the head of a silhouetted man's profile, his mind glowing. © By Tryfonov/stock.adobe.com

What’s it like being a Christian in the field of science? An excerpt from “Chasing Proof, Finding Faith” by Tom Rudelius

In "Chasing Proof, Finding Faith," Dr. Tom Rudelius chronicles his conversion to Christianity while still wrestling with doubt.

What happens when a theoretical physicist meets God? A conversation with Dr. Tom Rudelius

In "Chasing Proof, Finding Faith," Dr. Tom Rudelius chronicles his conversion to Christianity while still wrestling with doubt.

“Return of the God Hypothesis”: A conversation with Dr. Stephen Meyer

Oklahoma players celebrate with the trophy after defeating Florida State in the NCAA Women's College World Series championship series, Thursday, June 8, 2023, in Oklahoma City. (AP Photo/Nate Billings). The OU softball team has also made headlines for its Christian witness.

OU women’s softball team makes history as its coach serves Jesus

Professor teaching at class, pointing to a white board

Does the multiverse prove that God exists?

Health care researchers working in life science laboratory. Young female research scientist and senior male supervisor preparing and analyzing microscope slides in research lab.

8 modern-day Christian scientists you need to know

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Nuclear fusion discovery promises clean energy: Why Christians should be scientifically savvy

Replicas of the Piltdown Man, which was termed an unscrupulous hoax by British scientists, are on display at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, Nov. 21, 1953. British scientists said the relics, dug from an English gravel pit in 1911-1913, include what they said was an ape's jawbone and a canine tooth. The cranium, they said, is a genuine fossil, about 50,000 years old. (AP Photo/Tom Fitzsimmons)

On this day in Christian history, the “missing link” Piltdown Man was revealed to be a hoax

People walk outside the U.S Capitol building in Washington, Thursday, June 9, 2022.

The latest on the midterms: How America can experience a “new birth of freedom”

Were Adam and Eve real people

Were Adam and Eve real people?

Ask Jim: When does science say life begins? And other answers to tough questions

Ask Jim: How can I share my faith in light of evolution? And other answers to tough questions

"The most advanced telescope ever launched": Has science made religion obsolete?

“The most advanced telescope ever launched”: Has science made religion obsolete?

Hinge Moments: Trading in our dreams for God’s when change comes

Hinge Moments: Trading in our dreams for God’s when change comes

The Duel and the Dance: Is “Science God” Dying?

The Duel and the Dance: Is “Science God” Dying?

The faith of Francis Collins and Robert Redfield: Five steps to loving God with our minds

The faith of Francis Collins and Robert Redfield: Five steps to loving God with our minds

The llama who is helping fight COVID-19: The future significance of present faithfulness

The llama who is helping fight COVID-19: The future significance of present faithfulness

Two sisters die from coronavirus 102 years apart: Finding hope in surprising places

Two sisters die from pandemics 102 years apart: Finding hope in surprising places

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