Clay Farris Naff

Published Articles

In the 200th anniversary year of Darwin's birth, I traveled to Down House from my home in Lincoln, Nebraska, to confront the origin of specious beliefs about evolution, and in my own small way try to uproot them.
Can it be true that the laws of physics hold, and that God acts in the world? I think so. And I think evolutionary biology (with a dash of physics) can help us see how.
In The Far Future Universe, George Ellis poses an overarching question: "Will human life and all intelligence inevitably come to an end as the universe evolves, or is there some way in which they could survive until the end of time?"

Clay Farris Naff is a science writer with a special interest in the rational reconciliation of religions with science. An award-winning journalist and author, he has been a science-and-religion columnist for the Metanexus Institute, an editor for Greenhaven Press, and a freelance writer for various publications, including most recently Earth magazine and The Humanist. He serves as a nonprofit agency director in Lincoln, Nebraska. Follow him on Twitter: @claynaff.

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