This column will post the occasional article I find online and and interesting enough to share with Beat readers. The topics of the articles may vary drastically, so read them or not. email@example.com
The article will usually be simply a link with attribution and date of publication.
As a Christian, I found this interesting. Maybe you will, too. It explains some things and definitely made me think. I like to think about things that are outside my basic knowledge. I hope you do, too.
These articles postulate that Adam was a real person, but he may not have been the first human being, nor the first of the genus Homo. This editor again found this quite interesting. I hope you do, too.
This is a very rare paper that respects both the biblical writers and their ancient culture alongside modern discoveries about history and integrates them both.
This paper, written by Carol A. Hill, was published in the September 2021 issue of Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, the Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation (ASA). ASA is the largest society of professional scientists who are Christians.
For real geeks who like science and are willing to be questioning and skeptical about everything. You must have an open mind!
My being interested in this, I guess, simply proves that I am at heart a geek! As a kid I wanted to be a scientist, but I didn't follow that path, and it's too late to do so now, but I would appreciate it if you, too, found this interesting and why. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Oh, and why did I find it interesting?
I think for several reasons. It's so unusual, but has been proven scientifically to be true and the potential uses of this information in health and energy and who knows what else are just a few more experiments away!
As a person, with cancer throughout my ancestry, I am interested in new ways of thinking on the cure for cancer.
This article intrigued me. Yes, it has some scientific terms, but overall, it is understandable.
Cancer Shouldn’t Pose a Threat to Our Lives. We Should Find It First
Identifying the “first cell” could revolutionize the way we treat cancer.
BY GAYIL NALLS April 13, 2022