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Scientism claims we can’t have knowledge about religion or ethics because the only way to know reality is through the five senses. Here are three reasons why this view is problematic.
Many things foundational to a Christian worldview are things people already know through intuition—information built into our minds by a wise Creator. Our founding fathers called them “self-evident” truths.
The universe requires an explanation, and the universe requires a cause. Here’s a five-minute video to help you introduce these ideas to your friends and get a conversation started.
Science is good, but science isn’t everything. It’s one way to discover what is true, but it’s not the only way. To believe otherwise is to have a self-refuting view of knowledge.
The claim that science disproves miracles is based on a misunderstanding of what a miracle is and, therefore, how one can evaluate it.
Are naturalistic assumptions necessary for doing science? Stephen Meyer argues that, no, it was a Christian worldview that gave rise to modern science.
If a pro-life atheist doesn’t believe in a Moral Law Giver, can their view be consistent?
The great Jedi Master was a little confused when it came to dealing with absolutes.
If a person makes the claim “My hair is black,” can that claim be true for him but not for you?
Some professors teach that “truth” depends on our perceptions, but does it?