Reasons to Believe

Anjeanette "AJ" Roberts
Visiting Scholar Dates: February 2015 - January 2016

We are pleased to announce that as of 2016, AJ Roberts is now part of our scholar team here at Reasons to Believe. To read more about her, please visit her complete bio.

Articles

“How to Relate Science and Faith without Conflict, Part 1” “How to Relate Science and Faith without Conflict, Part 2” “Exploring the Human Genome: Can We Make Predictions from Infancy?” “A Common Design View of ERVs Encourages Scientific Investigation” “Adaptation: A Story of Brilliant Design” “Questioning Evolutionary Presuppositions about Endogenous Retroviruses” “Vaccine Safety and Loving Our Neighbors” “Celebrating 3.8 Billion Years of Bacteriophage” “Do Our Genes Dictate Our Choices?” “Answering FAQs on Vaccine Safety”

Videos

“God’s Fingerprints in Nature” “Harmony between Christianity and Science” “Models for the Relationship between Science and Religion (Christianity): Introduction” “Models for the Relationship between Science and Religion (Christianity): Independence” “Models for the Relationship between Science and Religion (Christianity): Conflict” “Models for the Relationship between Science and Religion (Christianity): Dialogue” “Models for the Relationship between Science and Religion (Christianity): Integration, Pt 1” “Models for the Relationship between Science and Religion (Christianity): Integration, Pt 2” “Science vs Scientism” “Viruses and the Christian Faith: Introduction” “Viruses and the Christian Faith: Creation” “Viruses and the Christian Faith: The Fall” “Viruses and the Christian Faith: Redemption” “Viruses and the Christian Faith: Are Viruses and Bacteria a Problem for the Evolutionary Paradigm?” “Answering Students’ Questions about Science-Faith Issues” “Encouraging Young People in the Church to Pursue Studies and Careers in Science” “Can Science Be Ministry?”