Alternatives to the Big Bang
There are 4 significant alternatives to the Big Bang: multiverse, the cyclical universe, eternally static universe, and string theory.
St. Albert the Great: The Patron Saint of Scientists and Philosophers
St. Albert the Great's contributions to natural science and philosophy reveal the depth of his understanding of the fundamental parts of the human person.
Evidence for the Big Bang
Here we look at the Lemaitre/Hubble expansion, Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation, and even distribution of matter as evidence for the Big Bang.
The Padre Pio Miracle that Led to His Beatification
The St. Padre Pio's miracle that led to his beatification: the case of Consiglia De Martino, a married woman with three children from Salerno, Italy.
Scientific Evidence for God (Insights and Explanations)
From a scientist’s point of view, what evidence might there be to support belief in God? Here we summarize the best scientific evidence for God.
5 Credible Stories of Near Death Experiences (Peer-Reviewed)
A look into five stories of near death experiences from peer-reviewed journals and what they can teach us about consciousness, the afterlife, and God.
A Lawyer, a Journalist, and a Scientist Detail the Miracle of the Sun
A look into witnesses' accounts of the occurrence of the Miracle of the Sun at the Cova da Iria in Fatima.
New Curricula from Magis Center and Sophia Institute for Teachers
Magis Center has partnered with Sophia Institute for Teachers to create high school and middle school coursework on faith, science, and reason.
How Science Works, Part IV: What Science Can’t Do
This fourth installment discusses how science can answer the 'how' question but not the 'why' questions of ethics, beauty, faith, goodness, and truth.
The Eucharistic Miracle Pope Francis Witnessed in Buenos Aires
The scientific validation and possible frauds associated with the Pope Francis Eucharistic miracle that occurred in Buenos Aires.
How Science Works, Part III: What Science is All About
The third of the series on how science works and why science does not give us eternal truths but 'truths' of science change as new data/theories arise.
How Science Works, Part II—How We Believe: Rational Inquiry
The second of a series on how science works and the limits of science focusing on the different methods by which we come to believe by reason.