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Teaching our children about science and talking to them about God are some of the most beautiful gifts we can give to them.
Just as insects care for their young behind the scenes, God cares for us behind the scenes even when it isn’t obvious.
In the modern West, the initiation into adulthood is a long, messy, and rather undignified process with no clear endpoint.
How can we make more space for all learners to experience awe, regardless of their background?
With student loan debt, we need to be clear about what forgiveness is and about who’s forgiving whom in this transaction.
Light pollution is a bigger problem than many of us realize, and it is having a significant negative impact on all living things.
For those of us who pray, do we need to know how and why God answers?
Both Judaism and Christianity celebrate spring festivals centered on redemptive stories.
Evolution uses all its tricks to make sure we procreate. But love in humans is a many-splendored thing.
Why do we sometimes believe things that we don’t fully understand?
Under the editorship of a group of current and former Sinai and Synapses Fellows, an issue of the Electronic Journal for Research in Science & Mathematics Education shares how their research has brought to each of them the significance of religion in science education.
Our digital technologies can in fact be cognitive aids.