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The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity at Trinity International University (Deerfield, IL), aims to bring clarity to the complex issues at the intersection of medicine, science, and technology with our individual and shared humanity.
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How many Americans believe in an evolutionary view of human origins? That number just increased considerably, showing that how we ask this question makes a bigger difference than we had previously thought.
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What do Christian ethics look like as we seek to discern how best to live our bio-medical decisions?
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How do we understand what it means to be made in God’s image in an age when human DNA can be edited? How do Christian beliefs speak into modern medical advances? Join us this month at BioLogos as we explore medicine and bioethics.
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Homeschooling is a wonderful educational option that allows parents to tailor their child’s education according to their needs and interests. In the past homeschooling was dominated by conservative Christian groups, so homeschool resources and curricula tende
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Evolutionary biology has performed the remarkable feat of bringing many atheists and Christians together under the belief that evolution disproves the existence of God. Of course, many atheists think evolution is true and therefore God does not exist, whereas many Christians think evolution cannot be true because God does exist, but they agree the world is not big enough for God and evolution. Thankfully, there's more than those two options.
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An interview about work and faith, pursuing meaning in different science careers, and encouraging the next generation of scientists.
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The discovery of stone tools dating more than two million years old, strongly suggests that the earliest ancestors of our line had the intelligence, courage, and endurance to leave the lush confines of Africa and make their way in the world-- a new discovery in China has now again reshaped our understanding of human origins.
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How has your path in science connected to your journey of faith? I received Christ as my savior when I was 16 years old, and that was al
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In this delightful new children’s book, Harriet the tortoise and Milton the cat, through Schrodinger’s fictional time machine, explore some of humanity’s cultural and scientific history.
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