Ken Samples, our staff philosopher, says he doesn’t know anyone who loves nature as much as I do. He wanted to know what it is about nature that I find so attractive and why I will go to such … more
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Today, the physical and historical evidence for the existence of the God of the Bible is so extensive and compelling that … more
Today, the physical and historical evidence for the existence of the God of the Bible is so extensive and compelling that unbelieving skeptics are increasingly resorting to nonempirical arguments to … more
Imagination and storytelling are very powerful ways of drawing attention to important ideas and questions. A good book or movie provokes people to think in a way unlike hearing a lecture. This is one … more
Host Todd Wilken and Professor Kenneth Samples challenge the atheist idea that God is not necessary for morality, compassion and justice.
Key words: atheism, moral law, Richard Dawkins
This … more
The heart has its reasons of which reason knows nothing.— Blaise Pascal, Pensées, 423/277.
When I ask my unbelieving friends “Why are you an atheist?” they generally … more
Episode #272: Arguments for an atheist; Can we really trust science?; Is the tree of knowledge a metaphor? more
(06/26/2012) Did man create God? Life without land; Is "thinking" faith's kryptonite? Was Mary sinless? more
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Theoretical physicist, popular speaker, and best-selling author Lawrence Krauss has garnered recognition for his latest book, A Universe from Nothing. RTB astronomer Hugh Ross has responded to … more
Excerpted from Ken's upcoming book, 7 Truths that Changed the World (Baker 2012)
Theists and atheists do reason differently about God and the world. A common skeptical objection to the enterprise of … more
According to Dr. Michael Shermer, popular author, speaker, and founding publisher of Skeptic magazine, the recent Reason Rally (March 24, 2012) in Washington DC “marked the largest gathering of … more
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What do you think of this survey? Given that Gallup took two years to make the phone calls and that the number of people surveyed is substantial (676,000), one would think it’s robust. … more
In the opening scenes of Disney and Pixar’s Wall-E, the titular robot returns home from a full day of garbage cleanup with a little pile of treasures to add to his extensive collection. … more
No amount of argument or evidence conjured or amassed by the human mind can convince a skeptic that God has spoken, until God has been permitted to speak to him.
– Walter … more
Christopher Hitchens, author, journalist, and one of the “four horsemen” of the New Atheist movement, died December 15, 2011, of esophageal cancer. In his 2007 book God is Not … more
Hugh Ross addressed that question on a recent Science News Flash podcast. Researchers surveyed the discussions of 192 people who posted on an autism website and determined that people with … more
dailymail.co.uk, "Is atheism linked to autism? Controversial study points to relationship between the two" Sep 20, 2011; … more
They say everything’s bigger in Texas. Rather than accuse the fine people of the Lone Star state of lying, perhaps they suffer from never-made-the-trip-to-Alaska-syndrome. It’s a common … more