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To be or not to be… Vaccinated?

by Ted Fenske

December 29, 2021

At the center of the COVID crisis is a worldview conflict, and it is this conflict that has birthed the contentious vaccine mandate and effectively divided the church, as well as our country, culture, workplaces, social circles, and even families.


Vaccination for the Nation?

by Ted Fenske

December 17, 2020

Ezra Institute Fellow Dr. Ted Fenske explains the origins and nature of modern vaccines, and addresses some of the ethical considerations surrounding them.


The Cult of the Expert

by Joe Boot

April 25, 2020

The tendency of intellectuals to pronounce on areas outside of their expertise is an unwise temptation that carries real-world consequences.


COVID Calamity: When the Cure is Worse than the Disease

by Joe Boot

March 27, 2020

Joe Boot speaks out on the cause, implications and fallout of the COVID19 outbreak and response.


Understanding Virtual Reality

by Steven Martins

April 28, 2017

Virtual Reality technology is positioning itself as the next frontier in technology, across a range of industries. How do we understand this technology as a cultural product, with its attendant risks and advantages?


When Science and Faith Collide

by Steven Martins

January 6, 2016

The popular idea of conflict between science and religion is a false dilemma; at root is the question of worldview and authority.


The Descent of Darwin: Evolution in Religious Worldviews

by Joe Boot

April 1, 2010

Examination of the origins of The Origin of Species demonstrates that evolutionary theory is neither original to Darwin, nor primarily the product of scientific observations. Darwin sought reasons to reject the scriptural doctrines of God and creation, and found them in Enlightenment deism. Ultimately, evolution is a thoroughly religious worldview.