Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Science and Religion

During high school and my first two years of college, I planned to become a theoretical physicist, and studied a lot of math and science. My lifelong interest in religion has also nourished those interests; the intersections of science and religion continually fascinate me. The posts on this page, however, are the ones that take me the longest to research and assemble; that is why they are so few and far between. In particular, I plan a number of additional posts on the book The Physics of Christianity by Professor Frank Tipler of Tulane University, because I believe it is such an important synthesis.

Also collected (on a separate page) are the posts in which I discuss historical and other evidence corroborating various accounts in the Bible, such as the Nativity, the Crucifixion and the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Surprising History of Israel's Temples

Where Did Israel's Temples Stand? (Part One)

A Special Series: Did Adam and Eve Exist?

(Includes my posts on the Virgin Birth of Jesus, the date of the Nativity and Herod's death, and the Star of Bethlehem.)

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