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Today’s challenge is from a comment we received on the blog: You've got the fine tuning thing wrong. The universe is not fine tuned for life. Your God is an incompetent designer if it takes that volume of universe to create this insignificant volume of life. Seriously, life is so rare in the Universe it's astonishing.
Medical Daily reports in “Near-Death Experiences Suggest Consciousness Continues Beyond Death”:
Reasonable Faith has released a short video examining this question: Is the fine-tuning of our universe a result of physical necessity, chance, or design?
I’ve been hearing the charge that there’s no reason to think the contraceptives Hobby Lobby refused to subsidize (Plan B, Ella, and two types of IUDs) are actually abortifacients, so I was happy to see that Josh Brahm of the Equal Rights Institute had collected a series of articles by Dr. Rich Poupard of the Life Training Institute, along with an interview with Dr.
Here’s an email I received recently containing a story meant to show that Genesis is “drivel”: Monotheistic (or tri-theistic) morons call their preposterous absurd deity God, which is utterly without form or substance, consists of nothing whatever, cannot exist AS anything whatever, and therefore IS nothing (no thing) whatever.
Greg responds to this claim: Just because evolution isn't purposeful doesn't mean it's random. COMMENT Read more posts
It takes some imagination to grasp how radically different ancient worldviews were from our Western perspective. Much of what we now take for granted as being common sense was not actually common throughout human history.
Well, this is the most literal playing out of Romans 1:18-21* I’ve ever seen. From David Klinghoffer:
Greg explains why Christians should be prepared to confront the ideas behind evolution rather than simply dismiss evolution by saying it's "just a theory." COMMENTS
Cosmos (a new version of Carl Sagan’s series) has begun, bringing with it discussions across the Internet about Giordano Bruno, who is often wrongly hailed as a martyr of science.* From Jay Richards: