Category Archives: Science and Religion

Early Modern Lecture

Bruce T. Moran, “Preserving the Cutting Edge: Woodblocks, Visual Knowledge, and Practices of Botanical Illustration in Early Modern Europe” History of the Book Lecture Friday, April 4, 2014 at 2 pm Please register by 10 am Thursday, April 3 Towner Fellows Lounge … Continue reading

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Camels in Religion, Science, and History

Archaeologists and other scientists are attempting to determine when camels were domesticated in the Arabian peninsula. Their findings question religious and historical accounts of early Jewish history. The New York Times reports: “There are too many camels in the Bible, … Continue reading

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