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Good Science Blogs

Posted By Alice C. Linsley, Friday, December 20, 2013

Alice C. Linsley


I have been a blogger for eight years and I maintain six active blogs. I also serve as "blog mistress" for two other blogs. Obviously, blogging is a communication medium that I enjoy and appreciate for its versatility and potential to inform beyond my classroom.


What follows is a list of science blogs listed alphabetically by the field. I have not listed the science blogs maintained by mainstream media or science magazines as these are easy to find. This list will take the reader to lesser known blogs that deserve more traffic.


Some of the blogs listed are maintained by Christians. These are designated by † before the link. Christians in the sciences often offer a different perspective and sometimes their findings are not given much attention. I encourage readers to visit the sites in their field of interest and to participate in the discussions. Ask questions, challenge statements that you know to be false, and stir the pot!

 

Compiling this list has confirmed my suspicion that many scientists who are Christians are not blogging. Their research is not available for the general public. It is published in peer reviewed articles in science journals. This is a necessary part of the academic life, but it would benefit Christian seekers were they to have their own blogs where they can share their insights and knowledge. We especially need Christians in biology and physics to step up!



ANTHROPOLOGY

      Anthropology.net

  †  Biblical Anthropology (Alice C. Linsley)

  †  God is in the Details (Ingie Hovland)

      John Hawks' Weblog (Paleoanthropology)

  †  Just Genesis (Alice C. Linsley)

  †  Yam Suph (Susan Burns)

 

ARCHAEOLOGY

     Bad Archaeology (Keith Fitzpatrick Matthews)

     Elfshot: Stick and Stones (Tim Rast)

     Middle Savagery  (Colleen Morgan)

 †  Biblical Archaeology (Rob Bradshaw)


ASTRONOMY

    Astrobog (Ian Musgrave)

    Tom's Astronomy Blog

    .py in the sky (Thomas Robitaille)

†  Star Stryder (Dr. Pamela L. Gay)


BIOLOGY

†   An Evangelical Dialogue on Evolution (Steve Martin)

†   BioLogos Blog

     The Biology Blog (Jordan Yaron)

     The Sea Blog (Kevin Nelstead)


CHEMISTRY

     ChemBark (Dr. Paul Bracher)

     The Sceptical Chymist

 †  Daily Reactions of a Chemist (Dr. Amanda Nichols)

     Chemistry World Blog


GEOLOGY

  †  Naturalis Historia

  †  The GeoChristian

     Clastic Detritus (Brian Romans)

 

LINGUISTICS

     Ethnoblog

     LanguageHat

     Bits of Language (Adrien Barbaresi)

 †  Sunshine Mary

     The Seuren Blog (Pieter Seuren)


PSYCHOLOGY and PSYCHIATRY

  †  Christena Cleveland (Social Psychology)

  †  Society of Christian Psychology

  †  Musings of a Christian Psychologist (Phil Monroe)

     Evolutionary Psychiatry (Emily Deans)


PHYSICS

     Quantum Diaries

     Antimatter (Cormac O’Rafferty)

     Nanoscale Views (Douglas Natelson)

     The Reference Frame (Luboš Motl Pilsen)


SCIENCE and RELIGION

  †  Science and Belief (Ruth Bancewicz)

  †  Emerging Scholars Blog (InterVarsity)

  †  Rachel Held Evans

  †  Reasons to Believe

  †  Old Earth Creationism Homeschool

  †  Krista Bontrager's Blog

  †  Proslogion (Dr. Jay L. Wile)

 

STEM (General Interest)

     AWIS Blog: Championing the interests of women in STEM



If you know of other blogs of interest to Christians in the sciences, please let me know. I will add to the list.


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