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When Science meets Religion. Ian Barbour

In Abingdon, England, our “home” church was built about 50 years ago when the science facilities outside Oxford were expanding rapidly: Rutherford-Appleton lab, Harwell, Milton Park, more recently Diamond Light source. Therefore many of the families include scientists and their … Continue reading

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Dinosaurs (again)

Why do kids find dinosaurs so interesting? It’s almost like a developmental stage in early childhood. If I had blogged all the dinosaur books I had read with grandson in the last few months (from “Grandpa’s Dinosaur” to “Dinosaur Museum”) … Continue reading

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