This is a cross post of my new piece at HBU’s School of Christian Thought blog. There are two rather standard responses from materialist scientists and philosophers to the suggestion that a creator God guides the development and sustains the order of nature: 1) Our current scientific theories on the evolution of all things are
This past weekend, The Woodlands, Texas became a hotspot for intelligent design and science/faith scholarship. Dr. Stephen C. Meyer, Dr. William A. Dembski, and Dr. John G. West headlined the REASONS conference, an educational event sponsored by Faith Bible Church and Houston Baptist University’s School of Christian Thought. Discovery Institute was on-site, offering information on
It no longer surprises me that so many bloggers and media outlets get their facts wrong about intelligent design theory. Their working definitions and their logic are usually horribly botched—and that’s giving them the benefit of the doubt by assuming they aren’t simply liars. You’d think they’d have improved the accuracy of their material by
Dear Readers, Last Friday evening, Dr. William Lane Craig debated Dr. Sean Carroll on the topic of “The Existence of God in Modern Cosmology.” Several apologetics websites have offered comprehensive summaries and judgments on the debate, but I wanted Science, Reason, & Faith to make a more philosophical, reflective contribution to the accumulating post-debate analyses.
This is the 3rd and final installment of guest writer Ken Mann’s series. (Part 1, Part 2) The trial of Galileo before the Roman Inquisition is perhaps the most distorted episode in the history of science and religion. This three-part series of posts addresses the myths, complexities and lessons we can learn from Galileo’s trial.