We can weather the storms of life by turning to the natural world and applying the spiritual lessons we learn from God's creations.
Exploring the wonders of nature's “curiosity cabinet” reveals countless opportunities for medical advancement through God's creations.
By following the directions of simple ideas and discoveries, one can be swept into all sorts of adventures.
BYU implements a unique form of teaching centered around scholarship and faith that draws us closer to the Savior’s example.
Dr. Jamie L. Jensen explains the symbiotic relationship between faith and science. The two can fit together without conflict.
Melody Barnes speaks about the compatibility of science and faith while exploring what it means to educate the American mind.
Christian Smith discusses why scientists cannot disprove religion and any attempts to do so will fail. He encourages all to give each opinion a fair chance.
The great privilege of studying God’s creations builds in its students a reverence for life and a testimony that we are literally created by Deity.
Jack W. Sites discusses his research on reptiles and explains that we are stewards over the biodiversity of this planet
Daniel J. Fairbanks teaches how we can find the light of the gospel within art and science by sharing experiences and creating a sculpture.
One of the most magnificent creations of God is the remarkably complex human body, which ought to be an object of appreciation and respect.
The topic that was chosen for me today is one that I would really like to talk about. There is only one minor difficulty. About three weeks ago my notes for this talk and everything else I have ever done and my home and my office were burned to the ground, so that what I am going to tell you will probably surprise me as much as it is going…
While dedicating the Summerhays Planetarium, Joseph Fielding Smith posits thoughts on scientific advancement—and on keeping such advancement in perspective.