Why the Bible is Trustworthy: A Scientific Perspective

One day a friend of mine asked, "What makes you believe the Bible is true?" My simple answer was because I was born in a Christian family, so obviously we're supposed to trust the accuracy of the Bible. Just like many other Christians, we share a common belief in the deity of Christ, the fallibility …

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The Struggles between Science and Faith in the Research

I remember the time when I was sitting in a biology class, perhaps in high school, listening to my teacher on the controversial subjects, like theory of evolution, the existence of dinosaurs, or the age of the earth. I learned that fossil fuels were formed from dead organisms million years ago. Meanwhile, my Sunday school …

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The Six Senses of Researcher

Humans are in the journey of understanding life. There are always things to ponder, questions to ask, challenges to face, and/or problems to overcome every day. I believe that basically everyone has an inherent quality as a researcher. Whether you are a business person, a sportsman, an entertainer, an artist, a politician, a farmer, a …

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A Reflection on Ascension Day: A Deepest Longing of Humanity for A Future Home

Everyone loves to stay in a beautiful house, but even more in a beautiful home. There is a difference between house and home – the former refers to a physical building where someone lives whereas the latter is more than just a physical building: home can be a place (or an atmosphere) where someone feels belonged …

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