Tag Archives: Coursera

Babylon and Western Culture

One of my favorite prayer sites is Sacred Space, run by the Irish Jesuits. Their daily prayers consist of a modified Examen of Ignatian Spirituality. Every week they have a reflection as you enter into prayer. A reflection from a … Continue reading

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Neutrinos, IceCube, South Pole and Wisconsin

What do Neutrinos, Ice Cube, South Pole and Wisconsin have in common? All of the above are components of one of the most interesting current scientific experiments to detect particles from shortly after the Big Bang. From a personal perspective, … Continue reading

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The Higgs Boson and The Divine Milieu

“In him we live and move and have our being.” — Acts 17:28, St. Paul speaking at the Areopagus “The consistency of matter that enables it to act so decisively on the human body requires the existence of a universal … Continue reading

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Continuing Education in Faith and Science: From Big Bang to Dark Energy

I am not a scientist. However, as a Christian I have an interest in science for several reasons. First, I am fascinated in the discoveries that science can tell us about our physical universe and ultimately about God the Creator … Continue reading

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