Tag: Ancient Near East
John Bloom on the Match that Lit the Scientific Revolution
Babylonians and Greeks contributed some discoveries and insights that would eventually play into the rise of science.
Is Genesis “Mytho-History”? As a Guide to Scripture, William Lane Craig’s Book Falls Short
As an old earther, I was dismayed by Craig’s failure to engage with common old earth interpretations of Genesis.
Fire and Metals — Primal Discoveries, by Design
The ability to tame fire led to the invention of the art of cooking, and much more.
Anomalous Aspects of Common Water
The subject of Michael Denton’s new book — water — is ubiquitous, as indeed for living creatures it must be.