Our Approach to Research
At Logos we wish to produce very high quality research. We recognize that like all scientists, we are subject to personal bias, and can never be perfectly objective. For this reason we carefully consider competing models and explanations (we are very aware of the competing evolution perspectives). We strive to include in our work minimal unspoken assumptions. Wherever possible we attempt to include appropriate positive and negative controls in our experimental designs. We double check our results and document our methodology so that our work can be repeated by others.
Like the founding fathers of science, we believe in a God of order – who is always honest and true. Therefore, we do our best to guard our scientific integrity, and we trust that honest and open investigation will support our broader thesis. We do not feel compelled to force-fit our results to match our expectations, our hopes, or the consensus of the day. We realize that a diversity of views and models can enrich the scientific community and should provide the best opportunity to discover what is really true.