Saintly scientists

Saintly scientists

Monument to Nicolaus Copernicus in Turun, Poland. Photo by Jason Riedy, [CC BY-NC 2.0] via Flickr This spring (May 24) the church once again honored the memories of Nicolaus Copernicus and Leonhard Euler.  That may provoke readers to wonder several things, such...
Our problem is, we don’t have a problem

Our problem is, we don’t have a problem

Photo by Marija Zaric on Unsplash [Editor’s note: This month we are re-running one of our most popular commentary pieces from our Theological Editor George Murphy. This essay originally ran in October 2015.] Several years ago we had a display for the Lutheran Alliance...
The Bible on climate change and its deniers

The Bible on climate change and its deniers

Credit: Matt Artz via Unsplash Scripture doesn’t address the issue of climate change.  As with other issues raised by modern science and technology, that wasn’t a concern of biblical writers two to three thousand years ago. The Bible does speak about weather...
Much ado about nothing?

Much ado about nothing?

The Freedom from Religion Foundation has a monthly ad in Scientific American, and the one for March 2017 featured a statement by physicist Lawrence Krauss.  “Lack of understanding is not evidence for God. It is an evidence of lack of understanding, and a call to use...
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