Articles by Gabbi Werner


Can a scientist be religious?

It is a common assumption that science and religion are substantially, philosophically and persistently in conflict. A perception that emphasizes the dependable and authoritative nature of science and the scientist while also focusing on the irrationality and blindness of religion and the believer leads to various interpretations of the potential for a relationship between religion…

To forgive and be forgiven

Each human being enters this world with the naivete that humans are inherently good. This perception is maintained until the first instance of displayed evil in forms such as physical, verbal or neglectful abuse and/ or oppression is encountered. It is in this instance that each child learns the way in which they shall see…