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This week's challenge question was "Who created God?" Brett offers his thoughts.
What's more probably regarding miracle claims: that natural laws were actually broken or that people made stuff up? Brett answers this week's challenge.
Can we learn anything about God from apologetics? Does the "what" that we discover in the universe tells us anything about the "why?" or about God Himself. Brett has special guest detective Jim Wallace help answer this week's challenge.
Can we know anything from history? Do we have evidence that Jesus rose from the dead? Resurrection Jedi Master Mike Licona weighs in on this week's challenge.
Can truth only be known empirically? Brett responds to this week's challenge.
An acorn is not an oak tree. A chicken egg is not a chicken. Silk is not a dress. A fertilized egg is not a person. Alan responds to this challenge offered by some abortion-choice advocates.
According to Stephen Hawking, "Time didn't exist before the Big Bang, so there is no time for God to make the universe in." Is Hawking right? Brett interviews special guest Greg Koukl for this week's challenge.
If God is all-good & all-poweful, why is there evil? Brett responds to the problem of evil in this week's challenge.
Can we prove that God exists through the scientific method? Is that the only method we can use to show that God exists? Brett answers this week's challenge.
Are moral values nothing more than brain activity? Brett responds to this week's challenge.