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Posts Tagged ‘Science’
 

 
Fr John McCarthy: Finding God in the Tiniest Creature

In terms of the scope of work, a scientist is completely different from a priest. Yet when a person is both a priest and a scientist, what kind of experiences would his dual-identity bring about? Fr. John McCarthy, SJ is a Catholic priest who is also a scientist that has a great love in lichen, a symbiotic species. He would take us to the forest and his laboratory to get to know lichens, as well as to share with us reflections on his faith that he got from scientific research.
Publish date: 2020 - 10 - 3


 
A Techie’s Testimony 1: Offering the Gift of Talents

Anthony Chan said he did not possess anything, but by God's grace he lacks nothing, and pursued a successful career in mobile technology research. Nonetheless he gave up a well-paid job to devote himself in educating youth in South Africa, and inspired his students and colleagues with his faith.
Publish date: 2013 - 7 - 21


 
DNA: The Blueprint of Life

Human development begins with a single cell. The development of every life is a mystery that even science cannot explain. FLL has invited Agnes, who works in DNA research, to share with us how her research work deepens her faith.
Publish date: 2012 - 9 - 23


 
When Science Meets Love

Dr. Tom Chau, an outstanding systems engineering professor, developed innovations that allow physically challenged children to utilize their potentials and improve their quality of life. God has chosen him to be His instrument of love.
Publish date: 2011 - 11 - 26