Can science and evolution adequately explain the origin of objective moral values and duties. Sean briefly answers this question. Source: Can Science Explain Morality?
The multiverse theory is the most common response to the fine-tuning argument. What is the best response? Sean offers 3 reasons it does not undermine design. Source: Does the Multiverse Discount Design? Quick Response.
I am the youth minister at a local church in North Texas, and twice a year I walk some of our students through a discipleship course. This time I presented them with a number of Bible studies to choose from, and they landed on Jesus Among Secular Gods, a study written by Ravi Zacharias andContinue reading “Review: Jesus Among Secular Gods”
For the purpose of this article I am defining neo-Darwinism as: the theory that life and its complexity arose by natural causes, specifically, natural selection of random mutations. Accidental causes cannot replace insight. It takes insight (knowledge) to produce functional coherence. Functional coherence is when we have a hierarchy of parts working to produce a “whole”Continue reading “4 Reasons I Don’t Believe Neo-Darwinism”
While talking with non-believers about the beginning of the universe and what caused the universe to begin, they will sometimes say something along the lines of, “Science doesn’t tell us anything about what is beyond the universe and therefore you can’t possibly know anything about it.” I would agree with the first half of thatContinue reading “Is Science the Only Way to Know Something?”
Once we define the terms, it becomes obvious that science and faith are not enemies. In fact, faith becomes necessary for science.