BMS World Mission has recently published an edition of their magazine 'Mission Catalyst' focusing on science and Christianity and equipping Christians for it as a mission field. Very nice little articles and very encouraging to see such a pro-science stand taken by the organisation.
My article this time round is titled "Humanity 2.0?" and is a discussion about the area of human enhancement. I sketch out (hopefully) a reasonable and productive attitude that Christians can legitimately take towards such ideas.
He makes a really good point about the revelation of Scripture and Nature having the same author yet Christians only finding the revelation of Scripture to be infallible and freely dismissing the revelation from Nature.
The only thing I wish Sproul been more understanding about is that it is not just non-believing scientists who advocate an ancient universe based on the physical evidence (what he calls the revelation from nature), but most Christian scientists as well.
I am a physicist currently working in biomedical research.
Firstly though and (hopefully) before all else I am a follower of Christ (commonly called a Christian).
I like fudge, roasts, good company, spiders and something else.
Warring, transforming robots are quite good fun too.