Monthly Archives: June 2014

Guiding principles: Worship the creator

Worship the Creator I was at a banquet honoring exceptional students a few years back, sitting at a table with a group of parents. “So, what’s your area of expertise?” one parent asked me. “I’m an environmental microbiologist,” I replied. … Continue reading

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Guiding principles: Says who?

Says who? My cold was dragging on for what seemed like months. There’s no vaccine for the common cold, and antibiotics don’t work against viruses. All there was to do was wait it out. Of course, there are those herbal … Continue reading

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Guiding principles: No easy answers

No easy answers Loving the Lord with all we have, including our minds, means that the answers to life’s questions may not always be simple. And we may not even come to an answer. Sometimes we have to live with … Continue reading

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Guiding principles: Think and let think

Think and let think Now, before you get the impression that this blog is going to be about controversial issues between the scientific and faith communities, let me assure you otherwise. I have no intention of trying to argue one … Continue reading

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Guiding principles: A house divided

A house divided College cafeterias don’t typically have the best reputations. Trying to feed tens of thousands of students several meals a day sometimes degrades into nothing more than palatable calories that are relatively free of E. coli. Our school … Continue reading

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Welcome to Quiet Waters

Welcome to Quiet Waters: Reflections on God and Nature. My hope is to challenge readers, and myself, to see God’s hand of grace in every aspect of life, but especially in His creation. Nature is filled with so many lessons … Continue reading

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