Biological Complexity

by Harry Cook and Hank D. Bestman
Complexity is often defined in the language of mathematics, computers, or information theory. We examine biological complexity as it occurs in the cytoplasm’s relation to nuclear function, and in the case of epigenetics. In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the pendulum swings between appreciation of biological holism and complexity, and . . . → Read More: Biological Complexity

Evangelicals, Creation, and Scripture: Legacies from a Long History

by Mark A. Noll
This article specifies fifteen attitudes, assumptions, and convictions from the long history of western interaction between Christianity and science that continue to shape the perceptions of American conservative Protestants to this day. It finds three of them arising in the Middle Ages and early modern period, five from early United States history, five . . . → Read More: Evangelicals, Creation, and Scripture: Legacies from a Long History

 

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