Category Archives: Faith and Science

What’s Wrong with Modernism? Part 2


(This is the second half of an article originally published in The Banner, April 23, 2001, pp. 24-26. For the first half, see here.) Scientism One morning I was watching TV with my 2-year-old daughter. A skit in a children’s … Continue reading

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Faith, Science and Metaphors


This post is originally published at BioLogos.org. You can view it here. Re-posted here with permission. Metaphors People tend to think of metaphors as simple poetic word plays to adorn or illustrate otherwise dull text. Positively, one might think of … Continue reading

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Religion and Science, Faith and Reason


(This blog post is adapted from my sermon at ClearView Christian Reformed Church, Oakville, Ontario on Oct. 28, 2012.) In our society’s popular mindset, religion and science are at war with each other. Often, people see faith as connected to … Continue reading

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