I was invited to Lafayette to talk about my book, and last Sunday I went. Did you know the National…

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As you may have read, Pope Francis recently made some interesting remarks on evolution and the Big Bang. The media…

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“That’s life,” sings Sinatra. Well, exactly what is life? We now know that all life, even the most “primitive” life,…

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I’ve been giving a lot of thought lately as to how I’m going to earn my Nobel Prize. I’m not…

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This year I’ve had the great fortune to take three vacations in Europe. I’ve walked or biked through beautiful small…

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College professors don’t always get it right. They preached the virtues of collective economies as the Soviet Union imploded and…

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One so-called “scientific” argument against the existence of God is that there are organs or features that appear unnecessary or…

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“What’s in a name?” wrote Shakespeare. Perhaps a lot. In today’s sound bite world, we need to be careful with…

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