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Articles by author: Jonathan Bartlett

Is Knowledge of God the Beginning of Wisdom or the End of It?

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by Jonathan
Tuesday, 22 May, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
During the past few days, I have had several conversations with people regarding whether or not God has a place in science. To my dismay, many strong, Christian believers with a scientific bent are appalled at the idea of bringing God into science. They believe that if...
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Evolution is a Big Word: The Many Theories of Evolution and Why They Matter

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by Jonathan
Monday, 30 January, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
One of the most important things we can do for our children is to help them to think through issues deeply. It is easy to paint the world into two sides–ours and theirs--and then to say, "make sure to stay on our side." In fact, the world is filled with numerous...
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Why Adam is Foundational to Medicine

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by Jonathan
Tuesday, 18 October, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
We have all heard about the story of Adam and Eve from the Bible. God creates Adam, then Eve, then they sin, and the whole world falls apart. All creation groans. A great flood rips the world apart. Humanity is left broken in a broken world. This story is derided by...
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The Question of Origins and the 2012 Presidential Election

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by Jonathan
Friday, 16 September, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
In the last few months, in the run-up to the Republican primary, the press (and others) have made quite a bit of noise about the beliefs of the candidates on the issue of evolution. The goal of this post is to elucidate why the question of origins is important within...
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The Doctrine of Creation and the Making of Modern Biology

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Tuesday, 28 June, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
The popular science press may be on the cutting edge for bringing us the latest and greatest news from laboratories around the world, but when it comes to integrating historical and philosophical ideas into our modern conversations, it is woefully shallow. Of...
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