Troy Van Voorhies, a professor of theoretical chemistry at MIT, talks a little about coming to faith and the interplay of faith and science in this interview:

Following is an interview of another MIT professor, Ian Hutchinson, professor of nuclear science and engineering, on the future of nuclear science, and the history of science and Christianity – in general, and in his own life.

In this interview, Harvard professor of Education,  Nancy Hill, shares her journey of faith.

A college professor and former atheist gives his poignant testimony that involves a near death experience that changed his life and brought him to faith in Jesus Christ.

Professor Stephan Taylor rejected God as teenager and was an atheist until intrigued by something his brother said to him. He began to doubt that “nothing plus no one equals everything. He began to seek and eventually became a believer in Christ. As he turned to science, he found no tension between the two; in fact, just the opposite.

Malcolm Guite

Blog for poet and singer-songwriter Malcolm Guite

Christ Centered Teaching

Our Lord and God is Christ, Our Message is His Gospel, and Our Context is God's Love.

God Still Speaks

To share the Word of God with all people

Reading Acts

Some Thoughts on the Book of Acts and Pauline Theology


A blog about writing, society, and life itself

Help Me Believe

Strengthen the believer. Answer the critic.

Hotrodhell's Blog

Just basic thoughts on faith and weblog

Running The Race

Hebrews 12:1

Belong to The King

Christian, Faith, Jesus


Are Buddhists, Neuroscientists, and Quantum Physicists saying the same thing in different languages? Let's finally bring the two together and have an enlightening discussion.

%d bloggers like this: