The most fun part of life in the lab is doing experiments, because only then do you get to find out new things. In today’s videos, neurobiologist Harvey McMahon explains what he enjoys most about scientific research, and how his faith and work affect each other.
For more, read God in the Lab: How Science Enhances Faith (Monarch, 2015).
For Rhoda Hawkins, her belief in God was one of the factors that led her to study science. In this series of videos, Rhoda explains why she is a scientist and a Christian, how the two fit together, and the role of wonder in her work and faith.
To find out more about Rhoda’s work and faith, and the importance of wonder and awe in science, see God in the Lab: How Science Enhances Faith (Monarch, 2015).
Bob Sluka is a marine conservationist whose work feeds directly into his faith. In this short video series Bob explains how he came to be working in marine biology, and how his science and belief fit together. To find out more about Bob’s work, and the experience of awe in science, see God in the Lab: How Science Enhances Faith (Monarch, 2015).
Jeff Hardin is a zoologist who believes that beauty in science is important. In today’s videos, Hardin shares his thoughts on what life in the lab means for a scientist with a theology degree, and how he shares his passion for biology with his students.
Following on from this week’s interview with Jennifer Siggers, here are some videos that I filmed when I visited her last summer. In the four clips below, Jennifer explains her work, her faith, how the two fit together, and her views on imagination in both science and Christianity.
How can a scientist who is also a person of faith communicate their experiences of working in a lab? In this video five scientists express how science has helped their faith to grow.
In a further series of videos, I explain my motivations behind writing God in the lab (Monarch, Jan 2015), and describe my favourite parts Continue reading