My favorite contemporary scientist for years has been Dr. Robert Gentry. He went into the presence of the Lord in January. I respect him greatly because of the personal sacrifices he made to follow where the scientific evidence led him.
Now, among living scientists, I would have to put Dr. James Tour as my favorite. His resume far exceeds that of Dr. Gentry which in no way lessens the greatness of Mr. Gentry in my mind.
This is a very interesting discussion between two Scientists who happen to be Christians. (Or should I say “Christians who happen to be scientists?”)
let me call your attention to an important correction on the infamous article on “gender affirrming surgeries”: https://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/doi/10.1176/appi.ajp.2020.1778correction
Best regards, Gaspar
I’m not sure how this fits with this post, Gaspar, but If I understand the article correctly, the correction seems to have been appropriate.
Grateful for Christian scientists!
I am as well Pastor Jim!
Hi Pastor Jim.
I just tried to leave another comment on your blog and it didn’t take. I’m hoping you will see this so that you know I have tried several times to make comments on your posts and they do not show. I am also unable to make comments on Dan C’s “The Battle Cry.” The next time you comment on his blog will you let him know I’ve tried making comments on his blog several times and they don’t post? I would appreciate it. I’m pretty sure the problem is on my end but, for whatever reason, another blog where I was having the same problem is now posting my comments. I’ll keep on trying. I just wanted to let you know.
Wow Chris I just saw this, freed your comment from my spam filter and also I’m going to let Dan know. How are you?
Thank you for letting Dan know for me, Pastor Jim. This has been a problem off and on for me for the past couple of years.
I’m well, thank you. Lots of rain here in Arkansas but we had fewer cases of the Covid today so hopefully that begins a trend.
The family is fine as well. I praise God for His many blessings.
Had a huge oak tree snap off on the fence line between neighbor’s house and a home I am working on. Most of it fell into the yard I am responsible for. Before all the rain came in, I got most of it cut up but still need to do quite a bit of clean up. If you lived closer you could have all the free fire wood you wanted if interested. I was very thankful that it didn’t hit the house but only took out some of the wooden fence between the properties.
I continue to try and keep up with what is going on in the churches. I saw this the other day and it upset me. It is about the church that Martin Luther King Jr. and his father preached in.
You have probably already heard of the study done by Legionier and Lifeway that found that 52% of Americans now believe that Jesus was not God but that He was just a good man. Even worse, about 30% of people who call themselves “Evangelicals” believe the same thing.
I hope you and your family are well. May God continue to bless your ministry and thank you for your patience about my comment issues.
So much compromises and false teaching in the churches. What a time. Must have been a lot of work with that fallen tree, scary to hear its fall
Indeed, We are living in a day and age of strange theologies.
The tree incident was very unique. It’s huge trunk snapped off about 15 off of the ground. I broke in half like a match stick and it is a big tree.
Lots of work!
Indeed. I need to sweat off some of this tummy. 🙂
Chris i am glad for long winded scientist.
Me too, Manny. 🙂