Nathaniel Jeanson

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My research question is a present-tense question – how do blood cells function. So perhaps it was easier to compartmentalize. But that idea got corrected. This is the way science works. If people who devote their lives to it can't point anything out, then I think I may be on to something. When it comes to questions of absolute truth, those are things I've settled in my own mind and heart. I couldn't call myself a Christian if I hadn't.feedback
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Apr 13 2017
Nathaniel Jeanson has most recently been quoted in an article called The Evangelical Roots of Our Post-Truth Society - The New York Times. Nathaniel Jeanson said, “My research question is a present-tense question – how do blood cells function. So perhaps it was easier to compartmentalize. But that idea got corrected. This is the way science works. If people who devote their lives to it can't point anything out, then I think I may be on to something. When it comes to questions of absolute truth, those are things I've settled in my own mind and heart. I couldn't call myself a Christian if I hadn't.”.
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