A poor, uneducated girl became a pioneer of paleontology with her amazing discoveries of fossils in Austen's Lyme Regis.
Category: Faith and Science
Women of Science: Caroline Herschel
Two beautiful historical novels explore the life of the "lady astronomer" of Austen's England.
Faith and Science: Gilbert White, Parson-Naturalist of Selborne
Parson-Naturalists like Gilbert White combined their love of God and his world, and helped us better understand birds, ecology, and much more.
Faith and Science: William Paley and Natural Theology
In Jane Austen's England, "natural theology" used science to support Christian faith.
Faith and Science: Galileo’s Daughter, Book Review
Galileo attempted to submit to his church, and was supported by many in it, while others condemned him.
Faith and Science: Kepler’s Witch, Book Review
Johannes Kepler believed that the harmony of the heavens, described in geometry, music, astronomy, and theology, reflects the mind of God.
Women of Science, Women of Faith: Book Review of What Regency Women Did For Us
The stories of women of science and other fields who left lasting legacies to the world.