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.
Four Views on the Historical Adam Matthew Barrett (Author), Ardel Caneday (Author), Denis Lamoureux (Author), John H. Walton (Author), C. John Collins (Author), William D. Barrick (Author), Gregory A. Boyd (Author), Philip G. Ryken (Author), Ardel B. Caneday (Editor), and Stanley N. Gundry (Editor) I anxiously awaited the release of Four Views on the Historical Adam, and I was not disappointed. This is a valuable and readable addition to the Counterpoints collection, books that
This will be the final post in my Ham/Nye debate analysis series. I will not fully analyze the 5-minute rebuttals or the 5-minute counter-rebuttals, since I didn’t find much about them remarkable (save for the point I’m about to highlight). Instead, I’d like to focus this concluding post on what I believe is the most
Finally, I come to my analysis of Bill Nye’s main presentation. Nye began with a point-by-point attack on the young-earth thesis. In support of an ancient earth, he offered the following arguments: Using Kentucky as an example, Nye pointed out there there is an enormous number of layers containing mature animal life, such as corals,