Argument from Reason
Straight Thinking #166: Best Explanation Apologetics: Abductive Reasoning, part 3 more
Straight Thinking #165: Best Explanation Apologetics: Abductive Reasoning, part 2 more
Straight Thinking #164: Best Explanation Apologetics: Abductive Reasoning, part 1 more
Straight Thinking #159: God and the Universe part 1 more
Straight Thinking #147: The Problem of Doubt, part 2 more
Straight Thinking #146: The Problem of Doubt, part 1 more
It’s finally hot in Southern California this summer—but temperatures aren’t the only numbers jumping around here. Ever since we stepped off the boat from the Alaskan Cruise a few … more
Fine-tuning the fine-tuning argument; Panspermia promotion? Why God made stars; A genetic bottleneck more
Like a good movie, we want our words to be remembered when witnessing to others. But when it comes to science apologetics, using a one-liner—“It’s so complicated God must have done … more
Does the Bible indicate where knowledge comes from? Since evolutionary processes can’t guarantee true beliefs (see Kenneth Samples’ article, p. 3) naturalism as a worldview faces … more
I have always taken my good memory for granted. Remembering names, dates, and facts has always been easy for me, particularly when it comes to history, philosophy, and sports. I have always wanted to … more
Can Naturalistically Evolved Human Minds Be Trusted To Give True Beliefs About Reality?
Was Charles Darwin a confident evolutionist?
It may be surprising to learn that the father of modern … more
Just before Thanksgiving last year, a New York Times article by Paul Davies said:
…”science has its own faith-based belief system. All science proceeds on the assumption that … more
TNRTB Archive - Retained for reference information
Lawrence Krauss’ latest book reaffirms that science is constrained by the truth, not beauty or ideology, which is consistent with RTB’s … more
Excerpted from The Creator and the Cosmos, 3d ed. (Colorado Springs: NavPress, 2001), 171-72.
The weight of evidence for a divinely designed universe is now so overwhelming that it has forced … more
Barriers that block people from committing themselves to Jesus Christ and accepting His gift of salvation appear to fall under three general categories: 1) self-imposed ignorance, 2) pride, and 3) … more