March 14, or 3/14, was both Einstein’s birthday and is also known as Pi Day, as the irrational number Pi (π) starts 3.14. There are a lot of different ways you can use the day to build a biblical worldview of math in your upper elementary (or students who’ve learned about decimals) through high school…

# Category: Worldview

## Math, Sickness, & the Fall

Math probably isn’t the first thing you’re thinking about when you don’t feel well. Yet you might be surprised at how much you may find yourself using math when facing an illness. When Can I Take ____ Next? When can I take that next does of pain medicine/cough suppressant/allergy pill? That question is on our…

## Answering the Why Behind Math: Responding to Gracie Cunningham

## Math, the Coronavirus, and the Savior

## Pi Day Is March 14

## The Grand Canyon, Finding Joy in Math, and New Video Supplement

## Math, Fractals, and Worldviews

In this workshop, creation scientist Dr. Jason Lisle explores numbers, using fractals to help show the incredible beauty in even abstract mathematics. Around 36 minutes into the workshop, Dr. Lisle explores the nature of math itself, showing how math simply doesn’t make sense apart from a biblical worldview. While this isn’t a light video (expect…

## Improbability of Evolution Math Lesson Plan

I was pleased to learn about this middle school math lesson plan that uses math to show the improbability of evolution. (The main math concept is probability, along with large numbers and scientific notation, although others are also used.) While designed specifically for a public school setting, it could be easily adapted for Christian or…

## Free Resource: Truth and the Transcendent

## New Math Articles on The Creation Club

image by freeimageslive.co.uk – creator I’ve recently been asked to do a guest column over at The Creation Club on mathematics and God’s creation. I thought I’d post the links here so you could head over there and enjoy them as well 🙂 Math and the Creator – For many, math has become associated with…