"We seldom get into trouble when we speak softly. It is only when we raise our voices that the sparks fly and tiny molehills become great mountains of contention."
- - Gordon B. Hinckley
Faith and Science
by Ami Chopine

For the Beauty - December 8, 2014
The Parables of the Cell - November 17, 2014
I Like to Look at Rainbows - October 20, 2014
The Heart and a Willing Mind - October 6, 2014
Nature and Nurture - September 22, 2014
What is a Child? - September 9, 2014
Book of Mormon Evidences - August 26, 2014
Magnificent - July 28, 2014
The Least Reliable Evidence - June 17, 2014
Our Binary Nature - May 5, 2014
What is Life? - April 22, 2014
The Cosmic Dust of the Earth - April 8, 2014
House of Order (Part 2) - March 24, 2014
A House of Order, Part One - March 10, 2014
All Things Bear Record of Me - February 24, 2014
Study It Out - February 10, 2014

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About Ami Chopine

Ami Chopine started out her mortal existence as a single cell. That cell divided into a collection of cells that cooperated enough to do such things as eat, crawl, walk and eventually read a lot and do grownuppy things.

When she was seven years old, hanging upside down on the monkey bars, she decided she wanted to be a scientist when she grew up. Even though she studied molecular biology at the University of Utah, that didn't quite come to pass. She became a writer instead. Still, her passion for science and honest inquiry has remained and married itself to her love of the Gospel. 

Ami is married to Vladimir and together they have four amazing children -- three in college and one in elementary school, where Ami is president of the Family School Organization. Vladimir is the better cook, but Ami is the better baker. She also knits, gardens, stares at clouds, and sings. She can only do three of these at the same time.

Besides two published computer graphics books and several magazine tutorials, she writes science fiction and has a couple of short stories published. You can find her blog at www.amichopine.com.

Ami was surprised to not be given a calling as some kind of teacher the last time she was called into the bishop's office. She currently serves as the Young Women Secretary -- somewhat challenging for the girl whose grandmother used to call the absentminded professor.

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