The End of the World or Fun While Doing Research

Sometimes doing research is fun. Not a¬†productive kind of fun, but still fun. When reading “Religious Naturalism Today“, a book I had on my to-read shelf for a while, but for some reason had not studied yet, I stumbled upon Continue Reading …

The Evolution of Humans in a Few Seconds

A short overview of evolution. Two things make this worth viewing: (a) the attempt to give a non-linear view of evolution, showing different branches (within the limits of the format), (b) the non-patriarchal view, representing the human species not by Continue Reading …

Dreaming of a White Christmas on Different Levels of Reality

– Tom Uytterhoeven – It's that time of the year again when people start dreaming of (or dreading?) snow. Is it Christmas romanticism? Or just the memory of playing in the snow as a child? Maybe that's why the Calvin-makes-a-snowman Continue Reading …

“Different Worldviews”, or: What is my research about?

“What's your research about?”, friends ask me occasionally – only to get a confused look in their eyes after I start using words like “evolution”, “culture”, and “religion” in the same sentence. I could of course refer them to the Continue Reading …

Is it a miracle?

Great cartoon!