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fall 2014 COntents
Letter from the Editor
Essay: "Orchids: Why the founders of modern science cultivated virtue" by Ruth Bancewicz
Essay: "Science Falsely So Called: Fundamentalism and Science" by Edward B. Davis
Essay: "The Other 'Atom' in Christianity and Science" by Karissa D Carlson
Poem: "The Hermit" by Ciara C. Reyes
Essay: "Players" by Walt Hearn
Essay: "Using Storytelling and Drama in Engineering Lectures" by Mike Clifford
Essay: "Is There Anything Historical about Adam and Eve?" by Mike Beidler
Essay: "Finding Harmony in Controversy: The early years of the ASA" by Terry Gray and Emily Ruppel
Levity: "Fish n' Chips" by Mike Arnold
Essay: "Stories" by Walt Hearn
The history of science and Christianity is a long one, full of troubling and inspiring tales of change and resistance, courage and curiosity. This edition of God & Nature magazine explores classic stories of how individuals and institutions bridged the gap between science and faith throughout history—and it also looks closely at the role ASA has played in hosting these conversations for over 70 years.
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