Dawkins Successor Gives a Second Thought to God

Dawkins

But your next question should be what he means by “God.” I’m referring to Oxford mathematician Marcus du Sautoy, current Charles Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science, the position occupied by Richard Dawkins before he retired from it.

John Farrell at Forbes reviews du Sautoy’s new book, The Great Unknown: Seven Journeys to the Frontiers of Science, with chapters on Chaos, Matter, Quantum Physics, The Universe, Time, Consciousness, and Infinity.

Farrell quotes:

https://www.evolutionnews.org/2017/05/dawkins-successor-gives-a-second-thought-to-god/

3 Ways to Keep Familiar Songs Fresh

http://churchleaders.com/worship/worship-articles/303653-3-ways-keep-familiar-songs-fresh.html

Five Reasons Church Members Attend Church Less Frequently

Man Worships On Live TV With ‘Take Me To The King’

When Chris Blue got the chance to perform on The Voice, he thanked the Lord and Savior in the most precious way. And when your hear his singing of amela Mann’s “Take Me to the King”, you’ll be moved.

Run To Win! The Lifelong Pursuits of a Godly Man

Every four years another Olympics begins and the whole world becomes obsessed with activities they haven’t thought about since the last games. Suddenly we find ourselves waking up early and staying up late to watch athletes pole vault and throw javelins and dive into pools. We can’t help but cheer as we watch little-known sports like field hockey and handball and water polo. What is it that compels us to watch these strange events and to cheer for people we don’t even know?

We watch the Olympics because we want to see the best of the best. Athletes do not get to the Olympics on the basis of natural talent or wishing upon a star. They do not earn the opportunity to represent their countries through parental privilege or dumb luck. They get to the Olympics by hard work, by committing their whole lives to the pursuit of their sport. They have a body that is very much like ours—the same 650 muscles, the same 206 bones, the same two feet—yet they can do things with their bodies that we can only dream of. We may not know much about high jump, but we do know that we are watching something that required thousands of hours of training. We may not know a tuck from a handspring, but we do know that it took years of painful labor to perform such an acrobatic move. They have become the best in the world because of their total devotion to their sport, because of their grueling training, because of their rigid self-discipline.

The Race

Read more: https://www.challies.com/articles/run-to-win-the-lifelong-pursuits-of-a-godly-man

Defining Species—An Elephant-Sized Problem

https://answersingenesis.org/mammals/defining-species-elephant-sized-problem/

Who Is This Son of Man

https://theriverwalk.org/2017/05/22/may-22-2017/