Climate change is often viewed as a heated political topic. However, some may be surprised to learn that scientists have been talking about the topic for well over a century! This discussion with Dr. Hugh Ross not only looks at... Continue Reading →
When we ask about the coronavirus we should be asking practical questions as well as foundational questions. We want to know the practical questions about the best way to protect ourselves and love others. What makes this virus different? What... Continue Reading →
If the universe began to exist, then the implications are profound. Perhaps that’s why some insist it has existed forever. Dr. Jeff Zweerink, an astrophysicist and senior research scholar at Reasons to Believe, joined the show to discuss these issues.... Continue Reading →
One reason I love studying ethics is that our technology is advancing faster than our understanding. New ethical questions arise frequently with the speed that we are advancing in areas like biotechnology. Scientists have already developed the possibility of gene... Continue Reading →
When did dinosaurs die? When did they live? What happened to them? The way you answer these questions will depend on another belief you have. Check it out!
So much of what we believe today was first hammered out by Christians that came before us. In fact, after reading the newest book, Classic Christian Thinkers by Kenneth Samples of Reasons to Believe, I was reminded at how even some apologetic... Continue Reading →
Who are some of the great Christian thinkers that have impacted your Christian life? Are any of them more than a few hundred years old? Kenneth Samples, a senior research scholar at Reasons to Beleive, joined me to discuss his... Continue Reading →
This week continues my conversation with Fazale “Fuz” Rana, a biochemist and the vice president of research and apologetics at Reasons to Believe. It started last week by discussing Biochemistry, Evolution, and Evidence for God. The conversation continued this week by looking... Continue Reading →