How about a latin dedication "Deo sola gloria". Many of the composers used to write
it as a dedication to their compositions, Bach included. I think this translates
as "to the sole glory of God". Apologies to any latin scholars!
Andrew Fabich wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I truly dislike the circumstances I am in at the current time, but here
> goes anyways.... I am an undergraduate student performing research in a
> molecular genetics lab. I am presenting my research tomorrow in a public
> forum and I would like to acknowledge God in the acknowledgements section.
> However, my PI and the postdoc I am working with are both staunch atheists
> and I am concerned about losing this opportunity to be a light to them. I
> am open to suggestions regarding whether or not to write down anything in
> the acknowledgements section of my research as well as how to say it also.
> In anticipation of responses, thank you all.
> In Christ,
> Andrew Fabich
> P.S. I am presenting my research Friday afternoon, the 27th of April.
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