The amazing placenta: evolution and lifeline to humanness Summary: This article describes aspects of how the placenta arose in evolutionary time. It describes how the quality of placental function reflects environmental factors (including social ones) that impinge upon the mother.
The Gospel of Jesus and the Crisis of the Earth
By Graeme, Finlay In appreciation of Sir John Houghton FRS who died on the 15th April 2020, a victim of COVID-19. The authors of a major study have concluded that ‘Human actions are causing the fabric of life to unravel’;
The wonder of our inscribed history
This talk was presented at the God of Wonder NZCIS conference 2017 by Graeme Finlay For further reading on evolution and creation see the multiple resources at Biologos The relationship between biblical creation and biological evolution is often misconstrued. I provide two reasons
Let there be Science – Book review
Hutchings D and McLeish D, Let there be Science Oxford:Lion Hudson, 2017 As I age, I experience our Post-Truth, Alternative Fact-laden world as being increasingly dreary. We have entered the gloom depicted in the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. I hanker for truth
Interview with Dr Graeme Finlay
Dr Graeme Finlay is a cell biologist who teaches scientific pathology at the University of Auckland and conducts his research in the Auckland Cancer Society Research Centre. He has a degree in theology and is active as a lay preacher.
The Gospel According to Dawkins – Interview with Graeme Finlay
Dr Graeme Finlay is a researcher at the University of Auckland and director of New Zealand Christians in Science. What prompted you to write “The gospel according to Dawkins”? I am a teacher, and react to falsehood. It has been