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How Old Is the Earth?

R.C. Sproul of Ligonier Ministries explains how he approaches this question:

Blog Post | Apologetics | Amy K. Hall | May 16, 2012

Theistic Evolution Follow-up

I wrote yesterday about the inadequacy of the evolutoinary process to explain the development and complexity of life we observe.  Theistic evolutionists accept the proposition that the natural processes are adequate to explain this.  In practice, theistic evolution is a naturalistic view of the origins of life.  TE does allow for other miraculous events and God's sustaining power, but not God's intervention for creative purposes once the natural process has begun.  In an

Blog Post | Science | Melinda Penner | May 2, 2012

Evolution and Divine Action

Greg's guest on the radio program Sunday was Fuz Rana from Reasons To Believe to discuss theistic evolution. (Jump to the third hour as indicated by the chapter marks.)

Blog Post | Science | Melinda Penner | May 1, 2012

Does Analytic Thinking Decrease Religious Belief?

A University of British Columbia study just rel

Blog Post | Apologetics | Amy K. Hall | April 27, 2012

The Trouble with Theistic Evolution

Greg interviewed Stephen Meyer on Sunday's radio program, who had some very helpful thinking about theistic evolution.  He offered questions and problems from a biblical and a scientific standpoint.  (Here's the program - it's in hour three, which you can skip to in this enhanced version with chapter marks.)  Meyer is the author of Signature in the Cell

Blog Post | Science | Melinda Penner | April 4, 2012

Theistic Evolution Incompatible

Jay Wesley Richards explains why theistic evolution is an attempt to join incompatible ideas. The view requires redefining one of the terms, which fundamentally changes the terms.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | February 28, 2012

Sam Harris' Moral Argument

Sam Harris is attempting to offer a "scientific" explanation for morality.  He's responding to the grounding challenge for naturalism - where do moral values fit in a purely material, physical world?  This is a significant challenge for naturalism and atheism since morality is something human beings universally know is real.  So any worldview has to be able to account for it or else it's a fatal flaw of that worldview.  Harris attempts to explain how science can account for moral values.

Blog Post | Philosophy | Melinda Penner | February 13, 2012

Question Evolution

Evolution is dancing on the Titanic.

Blog Post | Science | Greg Koukl | February 11, 2012

Do We Need Religion for Morality?

Richard Dawkins says no.  “We don’t need to get morals from our religions … We don’t want to find morals from the holy books. We can have our own enlightened secular values.”

Blog Post | Philosophy | Melinda Penner | January 31, 2012

Darwin's Heretic

Alfred Russel Wallace was a 19th century scientist who came up with a theory of natural selection remarkably similar to Darwin's.  This made the men colleagues and comrades.  Wallace was a member of the close, inner circle Darwin and Huxley gathered around them in London. 

Blog Post | Science | Melinda Penner | January 28, 2012