Posts Tagged: science

Does God Exist? Quick VIDEO with 5 Arguments

Original post by Sean McDowell here. Used with permission. Sean McDowell, Ph.D. is a professor of Christian Apologetics at Biola University, best-selling author, popular speaker, part-time high school teacher, and the Resident Scholar for Summit Ministries, California. Follow him on Twitter: @sean_mcdowell and his blog: seanmcdowell.org.

Can Science Explain Morality?

    Original post by Sean McDowell here. Used with permission.   Human beings have a universal belief in right and wrong. As C.S. Lewis has observed, moral codes from cultures throughout world history vary over what specific behavior they consider moral, but there is an underlying agreement that objective moral values and duties exists. As… Read more »

Are the Bible and Science at Odds?

Genesis Science Co-Exist

Can Science and the Genesis Creation Story Co-Exist? Genesis 1 — the creation story — inspires some of the most heated, sensitive, and yet important controversies within the Church today. How we personally view Genesis 1 does impact how we, individually, view the rest of Scripture, science, and the nature of the gospel itself. Many young… Read more »

5 Game-Changing Books to Read this Summer

[Original Post by Sean McDowell]   I love reading. And what better time is there to read than summer? While there are certainly plenty of good books to read, here are five of my personal favorites. While they tend to be in the category of apologetics and culture, these books were all “game changers” for... Read more »

Is Science Opposed to Faith in God?

I remember quite vividly in class one day in the public school district when a substitute teacher came in to play a video. It was a film on the origin of the universe and the formation of life, with a naturalistic perspective. The video played the entire class period. We had to end it early so that... Read more »

Christ and Chemistry

I work as an administrator at a science museum in Russia. The purpose of our center is to communicate in a very simple way through games that science—specifically physics and chemistry—could be interesting.  There are nine guides working with me.  All of them are young people, mostly university students.  This job is a source of… Read more »

Intolerance in the Name of Tolerance

Intolerance From Those Who Demand It.  Society would have us believe that God is a myth. That the Bible is a dusty, outdated book of stories that don’t apply to us today. That a universal truth can’t possibly exist, because every person’s viewpoint and lifestyle is valid and must be accepted.  Many take issue with the bible suggesting… Read more »

Brain Chemicals and Porn Addiction: Science Shows How Porn Harms Us

Recent research is telling us a lot about the brain when it comes to watching porn. Over a decade ago, Dr. Judith Reisman called porn an “erototoxin,” theorizing that the brain itself might be damaged while watching porn. She speculated that future brain studies would reveal that the surge of neurochemicals and hormones released when someone… Read more »