Julie Borg

Julie is a clinical psychologist and writer who lives in Dayton, Ohio. She reports on science and intelligent design for WORLD Magazine and WORLD Digital.

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'God particle' theorists win Nobel prize

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by Julie Borg
Posted 10/11/13, 02:05 pm

Researchers Peter Higgs and Francois Englert won the coveted Nobel Prize 

in physics Tuesday for developing the theory of the “God particle,” which helped lead to its discovery a little over a year ago. Rather than disproving God, Christian scientists believe the particle points to the creativity and mastery of the Creator of the universe.

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Iowa prof: Denying holes in evolution makes science appear arrogant

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by Julie Borg
Posted 10/03/13, 04:00 pm

Chemistry professor Ned Bowden of the University of Iowa didn’t expect a hostile backlash from 25 of his colleagues when he wrote an article for the university’s website, Iowa Now, supporting the existence of God. Bowden did not refute the theory of evolution in the article, but merely suggested that much of it actually supports the biblical account of creation.

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Say goodbye to the annual flu shot

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by Julie Borg
Posted 9/26/13, 03:45 pm

It’s that time of year again: Roll up your sleeve, get dabbed with alcohol-soaked cotton balls, and feel the prick of the needle. But the annual flu shot may soon be a thing of the past thanks to scientists at the Imperial College London’s National Heart and Lung Institute. 

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