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All articles & reviews tagged with michael-faraday

Review

February 2012
Reviews > DVD

Faraday – Man of science and man of God

A sad trend in Britain is the declining awareness of our Christian heritage. The ambition to change the world is good, and past generations did just that. We often think of the noble army of pastors, teachers and missionaries who have worked tirelessly to build the kingdom of God in many parts of the…

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Review

October 2019
Reviews > Book

Can science explain every thing?

Faced on all sides with the world’s assumption that it isn’t intellectually respectable to believe the Bible, we prize men like John Lennox, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford and the scourge of Richard Dawkins and atheists everywhere. Early in this book we have an inkling of future battles in the…

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Review

December 2017
Reviews > DVD

The spirit of discovery — inspiring the new generation of scientific pioneers

This is a high-quality production, aimed at correcting a problem arguably threatening the integrity of much of scientific education today: that science curricula and teachers stultify rather than encourage true science when it comes to evolutionary theory, since the latter has become a ‘no-go’ area for critical thinking. The film weaves together the insights…

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Historical

August 2016
Articles > Historical

Michael Faraday (1791-1867)

We are living in days when we can be easily intimidated by institutionalised atheism. Children in school science lessons may detect a sneer when they say they believe God created the earth and the first humans. When we enter museums, we are bombarded with information which promotes Darwinian evolution and its associated timescales, to…

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Faraday – Man of science and man of God

Article

February 2012
Reviews > DVD

Faraday – Man of science and man of God

DVD review Faraday — Man of science and man of God Professor Andy McIntosh 2011 Answers in Genesis (UK/Europe), £9.00 A sad trend in Britain is the declining awareness of our Christian heritage. The ambition to change the world is good, and past generations did just that. We often think of the noble army…

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Whatever happened to church faithfulness?

Article

June 2009
Articles > Ecclesiological & Pastoral

Whatever happened to church faithfulness?

Whatever happened to church faithfulness? 'On one occasion, [Michael] Faraday lectured to a distinguished panel of scientists. The Prince of Wales (after Edward VII) was present. For an hour Faraday held his audience spellbound as he demonstrated the nature and properties of the magnet'. 'His lecture closed with a demonstration that brought the house…

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Michael Faraday – scientist and Christian

Historical

December 2003
Articles > Historical

Michael Faraday – scientist and Christian

'Very few men', said Sir William Bragg, 'have changed the face of the world as Faraday has done. He was one of the greatest experimental philosophers that ever appeared ... and of his discoveries none has had more consequences than that which he made in 1831 ... on this has been founded all those…

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