Rekindling the Intellectual, Spiritual, Creative legacy of Christians in Culture

fingerprintsIn her book Fingerprints of God NPR religion correspondent Barbara Bradley Haggerty set out in search for a science of spirituality. Interviewing leading neurologists, physicists, psychologists and a burgeoning breed of scientists intent on researching the physical imprint of the spiritual, her book offers a travelogue through the world of research into the reality of the unseen. In this podcast host Dick Staub discusses her findings with Adrian Wyard, founder of, Reverend Jennie Spohr and Cindy Fitch, professor of biology at Seattle Pacific University.

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  1. Facinating! I was raised in Christian Science and had no idea of Biblical Cristianity. I abandoned the religion after I left for the military. My mom was a devoute follower of Mary Baker Eddy for over 35 years until she accepted Christ. She never bothered to witness to me but at age 43, after my mom had passed away from cancer, a friend just happened one day to ask me “have I ever asked Jesus to forgive me” and for some reason beyond my uderstanding, I did. This was over 25 years ago and it’s been an amazing journey. Love to share the rest of my story with anyone who would like to hear it.

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