Peter Imming

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Peter Imming received degrees in pharmacy and chemistry and a PhD and venia legendi in pharmaceutical chemistry from a German university. He has been involved in drug chemistry teaching and research in Germany, the UK, China, and other countries. Currently, he is head of a pharmaceutical chemistry department of a German university. His research focusses on the design and synthesis of new drug substances and on molecular mechanisms of drug action. He has a strong interest in the relation of science and Christian faith, frequently lecturing on related topics by invitation of e.g. universities, churches, and schools.
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Sustainability as a Goal and Hallmark of Scientific Projects of Christians
Peter Imming ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 553 24 May 2022
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How to Use Environmental Topics to Explain the Gospel in Today's Language
Peter Imming ApologeticsCultural 00:00:00 649 22 May 2022
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How does the existence of rational laws in nature point to the existence of God?
Peter Imming ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 858 23 May 2018
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What are some common misunderstandings about the scope of science?
Peter Imming ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 894 23 May 2018
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Do you need to be a scientific expert in order to share your faith with a scientist?
Peter Imming ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 827 23 May 2018
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Why are many Christians afraid of witnessing to scientists?
Peter Imming ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 1,121 23 May 2018
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How does the concept of moral values point to the existence of God?
Peter Imming ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 895 23 May 2018
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Has scientific knowledge replaced the need for religion?
Peter Imming ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 964 23 May 2018
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What are some of the worldview assumptions that every scientist makes?
Peter Imming ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 990 23 May 2018
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Why are young people particularly vulnerable to naturalistic arguments?
Peter Imming ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 833 23 May 2018

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