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The Higgs Boson, God, and Belief

It was news that had been anticipated and hoped for in the scientific community. On July 4, 2012, it was made official: with 99.99% statistical certainty, the presence of the Higgs boson was identified. The Higgs is a particle whose … Continue reading

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The Intersection of Science and Spirituality

Anyone who’s attended Catholic school from a certain era has at least a few good stories to tell. Having graduated from both a Catholic grade school and high school, there are more than a few memories that fall into the … Continue reading

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What Good Is Religion if the Facts Aren’t True?

For some time, there has been significant debate about whether the facts in the Bible are true. This debate has been framed in a variety of ways. In the early twentieth century, biblical scholars searched for evidence of the historical … Continue reading

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