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In his prophetic essay The Abolition of Man (1944), C. S. Lewis asked whether the [...]
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My father was an aerospace engineer. When I was growing up, I never really knew what [...]
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Manifestum est enim quod homo per intellectum cognoscere potest naturas omnium corporum, said St. Thomas [...]
In M. Night Shyamalan’s film Lady in the Water, we encounter a character named [...]
“The Next Generation Science Standards attempt to teach science without nature,” says Martin Cothran in an op-ed [...]
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