A new book by Edgar Andrews, scientist and Emeritus Professor of Materials at the University of London, challenges the scientific claims of certain atheists and presents Biblical theism as a more convincing alternative.
Rob is currently working toward a PhD in Physics at Massey University and runs the Manawatu Christian Apologetics Society.
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Against the critics of Intelligent Design theory, a new book by a philosopher of science argues that design theories are, in fact, science and that the arguments are stronger than most realize.
The author, Dr Bradley Monton, is a professor at the University of Colorado and specializes in the philosophy of physics. In his book, he examines the scientific evidence for intelligence design and argues that the argument from cosmology is important and persuasive. He is also an atheist.
Reaction to the recent debate with Ayala and comments from Craig himself.
Jonathan Sarfati of CMI reviews Dawkins’ lastest book on the evidence for evolution.
I have recently been listening to some dialog on the topic of Creation and Evolution, and have generally found it very frustrating. It seems to me that the proponents of each view are, on the whole, talking past each other. Creationists say transitional fossils, claimed necessary by Darwin himself for his theory, are largely missing. […]
Dawkins won’t debate Craig (or Stephen Meyer apparently), so it seems someone much braver has stepped up to the plate. A debate between Dr. Francisco J. Ayala and Dr. William Lane Craig. Moderated by Dr. Bradley Monton. The debate will occur on Thursday, November 5, 2009 at 7 p.m. EST at Indiana University Auditorium. This […]
Come, Let Us Reason (November 19-21, New Orleans, Louisiana) Rooting Your Faith in Knowledge Grow in your understanding and articulation of what Christianity claims and learn from notable apologists like J.P. Moreland, Greg Koukl, William Lane Craig, Paul Copan, Sean McDowell, Gary Habermas and many other top-notch leaders. Learn More >>> Unfortunately this is not […]
I have stolen the following directly from here — thanks Wintery Knight! Illustra Media is the Creator of three of the best DVDs available on intelligent design. Their DVDs are professional documentaries with lots of great music, stunning animations and interviews with people on both sides of the question. The first DVD (watch the whole […]
From the publisher: Pocket Dictionary of Apologetics & Philosophy of Religion by C Stephen Evans “For philosophers, the pursuit of truth travels on precise definitions. For Christian apologists, the defense of the faith is founded on the defining Word. And for beginning students of either discipline, the difference between success and frustration begins with understanding […]
By Ron Hay The December 2004 headline was eye-catching – “Famous Atheist Now Believes in God.” The Associated Press story went on to say, “A British philosophy professor who has been a leading champion of atheism for more than a half century has changed his mind. He now believes in God…based on scientific evidence.” The […]
The MP3s are up and ready to listen (or you can watch) Here are the names of the speakers: Dinesh D’Souza, Norman Geisler, William Lane Craig, Greg Koukl, Darrell Bock, and JP Moreland. What a fantastic lineup!!! Here is the page: http://saddleback.com/mediacenter/services/currentseries.aspx?site=yDi0V4EwP58=&s=OsqcpA0SUkE= http://apologetics315.blogspot.com/ should have the MP3s linked pretty soon…..
The above title is stolen directly from the Uncommon Descent website posting of the same name. It seems they are having quite a lot of success if hits are any sort of metric. They write: We thought the readers here might be interested in knowing a little bit about how much interest is out there […]
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