In the beginning
This is one of my favorite lectures, by one of the people I admire the most for his scientific work and robust, evangelical Christian faith.
About Michael Strauss:
His full biography is here. (I removed his links from my excerpt text below)
I had an interest in science and theology, so in 1977 I chose to go to Biola University where I could study both subjects in detail. I thoroughly enjoyed college and participated in intramural sports, was elected to student government, served as a resident assistant, competed in forensics, and studied a lot. As I neared college graduation my dual interest continued so I applied to seminary and to graduate school. After graduating summa cum laude from Biola, I decided to pursue a graduate degree in physics at UCLA.
During my first few years of graduate school, I developed an increased interest in quantum mechanics and subatomic…
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