Jerry Bergman

Jerry Bergman, Ed.D., is assistant professor in the Department of Educational Foundations and Inquiry at Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio.

The pinnacle of divine creativity

With its 206 bones, 639 muscles, 4 million pain sensors in the skin, 750 million air sacs in the lungs, 16 billion nerve cells, and 30 trillion cells in total, the human body is remarkably designed for life.

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Science and Religion

Syntropy and Entropy. Why does continued use wear out a machine, but strengthen and build up a living body? Scientists differ.

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Closed Minds

Scientific honesty demands that we distinguish what we know from what we believe, and be secure enough to examine other views.

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