Tag: scientific revolution
Let’s Explore How Cosmology Influenced Christianity
Many centuries prior to the rise of modern science, the philosophers of antiquity recognized the inherent rationality of the natural word.
Science After Babel: An Exercise in Self-Criticism
Until the day before yesterday, the imperial architects of the scientific revolution were well satisfied and sleek as seals.
Tutorial: Melissa Cain Travis on Kepler and Cosmic Comprehensibility
A host of philosophers, theologians, scientists, and mathematicians have been struck by the uncanny interconnection between three distinct domains of reality.
New Book: For This Scientist, Science Did Not Point to Atheism
Kepler was not alone. Robert Boyle, Isaac Newton, Nicolaus Copernicus, and many others who established modern science were deeply religious thinkers.
Notre Dame Hosts a Conference on Creation, Including Intelligent Design
The organizers accepted my abstract for a talk about “The Return of Teleology to the Natural Sciences.”