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False Dichotomy in “Is Genesis History?”

Alan expresses a concern about the new movie “Is Genesis History?”

Blog Post | Theology | Alan Shlemon | March 1, 2017

Fine-Tuning is Unlikely, but Unlikely Things Happen All the Time

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.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Tim Barnett | February 24, 2017

Does Brain Mapping Prove That Transgender People’s Brains Match Their Perceived Gender?

Alan discusses the difference between correlation and causation regarding brain patterns and transgenderism.

Blog Post | Science | Alan Shlemon | January 9, 2017

Naming the Clinical Efforts to Help People with Unwanted Same-Sex Attraction

Clinicians who help people with unwanted same-sex attraction have adopted a new term for their work that will more accurately communicate what they do.

Blog Post | Ethics | Alan Shlemon | November 8, 2016

Challenge Response: Christians Who Benefit from Science Are Hypocritical

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Blog Post | Science | Tim Barnett | August 11, 2016

Challenge Response: Snowflakes Are Complex without a Designer

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Blog Post | Science | Tim Barnett | May 19, 2016

Has Science Buried God?

As I travel around speaking, the vast majority of the questions I get have to do with the intersection of science and faith. Has science made miracles impossible? Is there any scientific proof for God? Is faith in God a blind leap in the dark? What about evolution? How old is the earth?

Blog Post | Apologetics | Tim Barnett | May 18, 2016

Shattering the Icons of Evolution

Tonight’s the night! Join me right here, on Google+, or on YouTube at 6:30 p.m. (PT) to see the live video feed of “Shattering the Icons of Evolution.” I’ll be talking about how to recognize and respond to the different categories that arguments for macroevolution fall into: exaggerated extrapolations, egregious errors, and equivocal evidence.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Tim Barnett | April 25, 2016

Are Vestigial Eyes Evidence of Evolution?

Evolutionists love to point to vestigial structures in the biological realm as evidence for evolution. The argument goes like this: Some organisms contain structures that were once functional in their evolutionary past but have now become useless (or almost useless). In The Greatest Show on Earth, Richard Dawkins writes, “Vestigial eyes are evidence of evolution. Given that a cave salamander lives in perpetual darkness so has no use for eyes, why would a divine creator nevertheless furnish it with dummy eyes, clearly related to eyes, but non-functional?”

Blog Post | Apologetics | Tim Barnett | March 12, 2016

Challenge Response: All Human Life Is Not Equal

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Blog Post | Bio-Ethics | Alan Shlemon | February 11, 2016