As I look at nature and our relationship to it , it always leads me to consider things differently. It intrigues me that nature is at times overlooked and at times grasped as a means to which we can survive or just live by. What the Kirbas Institute stands for and wants to change in how we consider nature, is that […]
Global care towards the environment: Is it a thing?
Many U.S. presidential candidates, for the past couple of weeks, have been arguing and discussing over the significance of the environment. While some lean heavily on the fact global warming is not much of an issue, others go to the extent of making that the centerpiece of their campaign, thus […]
“From religion comes a man’s purpose; from science, his power to achieve it. Sometimes people ask if religion and science are not opposed to one another. They are: in the sense that the thumb and fingers of my hands are opposed to one another. It is an opposition by means of which anything can be […]
As we begin the year 2015, it is a year of big changes for the Kirbas Institute. The Institute is moving from the Chicago area to Oklahoma City. Dr. Paul Kirbas, founder of the Institute, will serve as the new Pastor/Head of Staff at the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Oklahoma City. The church has a […]
One of the current projects of the Kirbas Institute is our Youth Forum. The mission of this project is to help college students find a peaceful relationship between their faith and their passion for a science career. We received this message from a recent college graduate, that demonstrates why this is so needed. Our thanks […]
A few weeks ago, the famed “Doomsday Clock” clicked closer to midnight, shortening our date with destruction by 2 minutes. Created in 1947, as the nuclear threat was expanding, the doomsday clock is a way for leading scientists to show how close humanity seemed to be to being wiped off the face of the earth. […]