Three tips for simplifying an issue that seems hopelessly complex.
We must be willing to rethink God in light of knowledge we didn’t have before.
What UUs believe, why we’ve come to those beliefs, and how they impact our lives.
Here’s what happens when you pair the truth of Ash Wednesday with that of evolution.
A few reasons we should all recognize February 12 as Darwin Day.
Two Jesuit scientists list must-know facts about the Vatican-owned observatory.
Everything we associate with the human soul may just be happening in our heads.
Some quick insights about the ongoing conflict between two very big ideas.
Ten seminaries were awarded a total of $1.5 million to include science in coursework.
When the Bible was dead to me, these books brought it back to life.
A Q&A with the popular singer-songwriter in the wake of a drummed-up controversy over his views on the Bible.
Supreme court’s ruling on the Hobby Lobby case adds fuel to Little Sisters’ fire.
Scientists examine proofs of heaven by studying accounts of people who claim to have put eyes on it — including one of their fellow scientists.
The first American woman in space put her trust in science and logic rather than a deity.
The Bible is stuck with a lot of bad history, science, and poor ethics. Let’s amend it Constitution-style.
All the old ideas are being made new. All the walls holding back women are being torn down.
A research coordinator for the new “Cosmos” recounts his Sagan-inspired journey away from religion.
Science and religion already co-exist. But a new organization hopes they get along even better — and for the good of society.
A church pastor compares Genesis to other ancient accounts of the world’s origins.