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Are naturalistic assumptions necessary for doing science? Stephen Meyer argues that, no, it was a Christian worldview that gave rise to modern science.
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?
Many scientists claim the original human population size was far greater than just an Adam and Eve, but the work of conservation biologists indicates the methods used to determine this aren't valid.
Some contemporary scientists have argued that something can come from nothing, but it turns out they’re equivocating on the word “nothing.”
Tim continues to respond to objections to the argument that the universe is fine-tuned to permit the existence of life.
Yes, the fine-tuning of the universe for life is highly unlikely, but unlikely things happen all the time, right? Here's why this objection to the fine-tuning argument doesn't work.