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Life on this planet is fleeting
Sir David Attenborough is a highly accomplished man, but wrong about things like God’s existence and evolution; what about environmental and climate issues?
by Lucien Tuinstra
Scientism and secularism … and Scripture?
Scientism is bunk. But how do we integrate Scripture and science?
by Shaun Doyle
The inhuman nature of secular humanism
Historically, humanism had noble roots in Christian academia, but post-Reformation, through Unitarian influence, humanism’s biblical foundations were eroded and replaced by secular thinking based on evolution.
by Gavin Cox, Andrew Sibley
The conversation that never happened
A conversation that never happened.
by Thomas Fretwell
Memory, the brain, and the soul
A reader asks—if memories are stored in the brain, what basis is there for belief in the soul?
by Keaton Halley
The conflict between conservation and Darwinian natural selection
Laudable conservation efforts are predicated on the belief that nature shouldn’t change over time, but this doesn’t sit well with the prevalent evolutionary belief that nature does change over time.
by Andrew Sibley
The French Connection
Western belief in ‘deep time’ first appeared in 17th and 18th century France
by Andrew Sibley
Historical Science, Chaos Theory, and the sliding scale of trust
What can the famed character Ian Malcolm from Jurassic Park teach us about forensic investigations and historical science?
by Paul Price, Robert Carter
Deep time in 18th century France—part 2: influence upon geology and evolution in 18th and 19th century Britain
How did the development of deep time in 18th century France affect Britain?
by Andrew Sibley
Summoning the Demon: Worshiping Artificial Intelligence
Anthony Levandowski’s ‘Way of the Future’ cult has disturbing ideas about computers.
by Paul Price
Carol Cleland’s case for historical science—part 1: devaluing experimental science
Is experimental science overrated?
by John K. Reed and Peter Klevberg
Design: just a trick of the mind?
Life looks like it was designed. Is that impression nothing more than like seeing bunnies in clouds?
by Shaun Doyle