Another Christmas has come and gone. How was it for you this year? Mine was lovely. I spent the week with my in-laws in Ohio and then went to my college roommate’s wedding. I noticed about a thousand things this week that I wanted to write about, but one topic stuck with me more steadfastly […]Read more "What’s So Amazing That Keeps Up Stargazing?"
This semester, I was a TA for a Systematic Theology class, and I had my first taste of grading papers. It was a strange taste. I wouldn’t call it entirely unpleasant, but it’s not a flavor that I would want in my ice cream. Having read 35 of these papers, I was most distressed by […]Read more "It’s Not That Easy Being Green"
I’ve had a number of great conversations recently with people about theology, science, and sometimes both. I get a lot of crazy looks when I tell people how excited I am to get a PhD in this and spend my life teaching and writing about it. Here are the four responses I usually get… “Science […]Read more "Onward to the Edge!"
“Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen.” ~Albert “the man” Einstein I’ve been thinking about hearts a lot recently. My cardiologist is not happy with my ticker nor with the content of my blood. Basically, there is too much junk and not enough good stuff. Also, my heart itself is not […]Read more "My Brain Says “No” But My Heart Says “Thump Thump”"