Many believers have distanced from sacred conviction in order to be “neutral” researchers – without recognizing the alternative worldview they are embracing. There is a better way.Read More
Author: Edwin E. Gantt
Edwin E. Gantt is a Professor of Psychology at Brigham Young University and fellow at the Wheatley Institute. He is the author of numerous scholarly articles and books, including Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Psychological Issues. He has a Ph.D. from Duquesne University.
Most students of psychology embrace the prevailing assumptions of the field as a starting point towards examining other things in their lives, such as faith. What if we did the opposite?Read More
Selectively choosing to end the life of a fetus out of concern for that baby’s future presumes the very notion that many abortion advocates often deny: that is, that this fetus is, in fact, a person—and someone whose quality of life (and existence itself) matters as much as it does for any of us.Read More
Does religious commitment by a scientist or university corrupt the neutral scientific process? Only if you’ve come to believe a popular myth about science itself.Read More