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June 12, 2024
Caring Responsibly for Plants: Our Duty and Benefit

Dr. Nikodem (Niko) Kuznik is a Polish convert and chemist at the Silesian University of Technology who had a blessing to visit The Master’s University (TMU) in the spring semester of 2024. The godly hospitality of TMU’s community helped him to know and become even closer to the Lord and to discuss God's works on earth. Niko is grateful for the gift of exploring the chemical world that has been given to him by God, and this article is a reflection of some of his research from this perspective.

Nikodem Kuznik & Josephine Lee
An Encouragement to Christians in the Sciences
Being a scientist can be lonely. For most people, it is easy to appreciate the beauty of a masterful painting or the skillful twists and turns of a good story. I admire and appreciate the work and expressions of talented right-brained writers, artists, and filmmakers. In my experience, scientists are a little harder to relate to. Maybe it's because of our... still maturing social skills. Maybe because our humor is an acquired taste. Maybe it's because, as I'm often told, we're intimidating. We study subjects that most people perceive as inaccessible and too difficult to grasp. Our work requires math and math is hard to understand, therefore we are hard to understand.
March 25, 2024
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Monica Vroman
Science: A Discipline That Magnifies to God "How Great Thou Art"
In today’s society, science is sometimes viewed with skepticism because of its uses and abuses. But when approached rightly through the lens of Scripture, the sciences — and related fields including mathematics, engineering, and technology — can be a beautiful endeavor that greatly honors the Lord Jesus Christ. It plumbs the depths of what He has done in His created universe, and in doing so inclines our hearts to overflow with worship as we say back to God, “How great Thou art”!
January 31, 2024
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Tai-Danae Bradley
Notes + Videos: Math3ma Symposium 2023
This past summer we hosted the inaugural Math3ma Symposium at The Master’s University. This article shares brief descriptions of our four keynote sessions along with links to the full recordings.
September 5, 2023
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Tai-Danae Bradley
Math3ma Journal: Issue 2 Release
Today we are delighted to release the second issue of The Journal of The Math3ma Institute. It is now freely available at our website, and hard copies are available for purchase through The Master’s University’s online bookstore.
April 17, 2023
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Tai-Danae Bradley
Glorifying God through Science: “Consider the Lilies”
In partnership with the Math3ma Institute, Joey Kim (Assistant Professor of Physical Science and Engineering at TMU) recently led an undergraduate research project in a study of flowers.. The following is a summary of the eight-week program written by one of the students.
February 22, 2023
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Joey Kim
Fall 2022 Updates
This article lists a few updates from the Institute during the fall semester, including a public lecture series, student research opportunities, and updates on the Math3ma journal.
November 2, 2022
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Tai-Danae Bradley
Announcing the Journal of the Math3ma Institute
Today, we are delighted to launch The Journal of The Math3ma Institute, a new home for expository articles on research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) written for the ambitious layperson with interests in these fields of study. A digital edition of our first issue is now freely available.
February 22, 2022
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Tai-Danae Bradley
Welcome to The Math3ma Institute
Welcome to The Math3ma Institute, a new home for research and outreach in the sciences at The Master's University.
October 30, 2021
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Tai-Danae Bradley