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Questions about using Hell as a motivation, dinosaurs and young earth creation, a book by Norman Geisler, and presenting the gospel to an eight-year-old.
Greg talks to Amy about her time at the Discovery Institute Summer Seminar, then he answers a question about how to get people interested in apologetics-related questions.
Greg talks about how the biblical text was transmitted, then he answers questions about atomic physics, dinosaurs in Job, and “once saved, always saved.”
Are naturalistic assumptions necessary for doing science? Stephen Meyer argues that, no, it was a Christian worldview that gave rise to modern science.
From our biological blueprint, to the fine-tuning of the universe, to the human experience of beauty, morality, and guilt, God is the best explanation for the way things are.
God knew when He created matter that its properties would necessitate a massive universe in order to support life, so why create the kind of matter He created?
Reasons to Believe’s AMP Conference is coming up on February 23–24 in San Dimas, CA, and they’ve generously given us a discount again this year. We hope to see you there!
Intelligent Design is not based on ignorance; it’s based on information. That is, ID theory rests upon what we know, not what we don’t know.
Scientists can’t figure out why the asymmetry between matter and antimatter that’s necessary for life exists in this universe. Is this another case of fine-tuning?
Sometimes, when answering an apologetics question about science, you just need to appeal to the facts. But do you know the facts?