Tag Archives: Religion and Science

When they’re blinding you with science

Okay, it’s a Saturday and this post title is a bit tongue-in-cheek, having some fun with a popular 80’s tune, but there’s a point to my pun. I want to encourage Christians who are being bullied by aggressive anti-Christians who … Continue reading

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Deconstructing the God of the gaps

When Steven Hawking wrote, “Because there is a law such as gravity, the universe can and will create itself from nothing.” (“The Grand Design“), he was concluding that God did not create the universe and the “Big Bang” was an … Continue reading

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The sticky thing about what we believe

When it comes down to it, it seems to me that people will either believe or not believe, accept or refuse to accept, the existence of God, not because of the scientific evidence or lack thereof, but because that’s what … Continue reading

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Is Evolution compatible with the Bible?

I’ve been looking at whether science and faith are compatible in a series of posts. This post is a continuation from “The Skinny on the “Creation/Evolution Debate.” In particular here the question is, can someone be an Evangelical Bible-believing Christian … Continue reading

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The Skinny on the Creation/Evolution Debate

I must admit that one of the reasons I felt compelled to start a “Christian Apologetics” category on my blog was because I find the condescending and combative browbeating by anti-theists toward people of faith annoying and pretentious. Those of … Continue reading

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An alternate view of the creation story

I hadn’t planned on writing about this, but since my last post on Francis Collins, I’ve been in conversation with atheists about The BioLogos Foundation’s controversial position with traditional Christian views, so I thought it appropriate to write a post … Continue reading

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Why science can’t answer everything

I’ve made the point here that “while science is very good at analyzing and testing observable data, it cannot help us transcend the natural world or answer the deeper existential questions that also must be answered. It cannot answer why … Continue reading

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