Working at Reasons to Believe provides many opportunities for us to travel around the country and the world, not only to engage skeptics in discussion about science-faith issues, but also to encourage believers with solid evidence for their faith. We advocate apologetics as a vital tool to help Christians understand, strengthen, and explain their beliefs.
To that end, I’ve spent the last two rewarding weeks teaching a course on “Exploring Scripture and Science” at A.W. Tozer Theological Seminary in Redding, California. As an adjunct professor of apologetics, my hope is that this course helped prepare the seminary students for interaction with skeptics and provided them with inspiring evidence for the Creator.
As I catch up with my work at RTB headquarters, I hope you will be encouraged by reviewing—or reading for the first time—this post about oxygen as a possible signature for life.