A chemist-turned-philosopher, J.P. Moreland approaches the intersection of science and worldviews with a love and respect for both.
I’m reminded again that the Bradley Center’s Robert Marks, among many other distinctions, was born to podcast.
The highest calling for a great museum like Dixon’s is not to be a refuge. It is to be a portal — a portal for scientific discovery.
Meyer asks Medved about the series of amazing coincidences that have guided the history of the country, starting with the meeting of the Pilgrims with their Indian friend Squanto.
“Most Americans realize we need to learn from the past,” said John West, writer and director of the new documentary Human Zoos. “But we can’t learn from the past if we cover it up.”