Author, Professor, and Trinity Forum Senior Fellow John Lennox will join us on May 29th to discuss is latest book, "Where is God in a Coronavirus World?"
We are living through a unique, era–defining period. Many of our old certainties have gone,...
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks to E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and the Brookings Institution and David Brooks of The New York Times about the politics of public mourning.
Josh GoodDo yourself a favor and listen to @nytdavidbrooks and @EJDionne on @NPR's All Things Considered 8-min. reflection on national mourning and presidential leadership. From Bobby Kennedy to Obama, Reagan to Bush 43, Lincoln to FDR to the poets
Josh GoodIt's easy for first-rate journalists to wear "secular blinders," but not @mattklewis, who sat down last summer for a rich conversation with now-recently departed Christian apologist @RaviZacharias. RIP.
Josh Good“American identity that grows up in the shadow of the plague can have the humanity of shared vulnerability, the humility that reflects the precariousness of life, and a fierce solidarity that emerges during a long struggle against an invading force.”
Josh GoodAnd for yet another firsthand window into Dr. Collins' perspective on faith, science, & the possibilities for integration, see his May 2009 @faithangleforum talk with longtime @NPR commentator @barbarabradleyh, "Religion & Science: Conflict or Harmony?"
Francis Collins is the Director of the National Institutes of Health and led the Human Genome Project to its successful completion in 2003. Throughout his career, he has advocated for the integration of faith and reason.
Josh GoodCongrats to @NIHDirector, just awarded the prestigious 2020 @TempletonPrize---even amidst an incredibly challenging leadership moment. Learn more about the prize and about Francis Collins' remarkable life and work
Many people are praying now, and scientists say the practice may boost mental health.
Josh GoodDon't miss @WSJ's lovely piece this week on the science of prayer, amidst Covid-19:
"To passersby, Ms. Richardson appears to be talking on the phone. But she’s actually praying—something she’s been doing a lot more of since the pandemic started."