If the goal of science is to determine exactly what happened rather than to construct the most plausible, naturalistic- rationalization of human origin, then Christians and scientists have more in common that previously thought. We are both truth seekers. The biggest difference, in my opinion, is that people of faith are viewed as biased, […]
There appears to be a reflection of modern scientific theory in Western society. Quantum mechanics, for example, emphasizes uncertainty, randomness, incomprehensibility, and lack of causes—is it fate, or a lucky roll of the dice? This science theory originated in the depressed mood of post World War I Germany, connecting the public mood from the horrors of war. Coupled […]
Eve bites the apple?
Why do people suffer for a sin Adam and Eve committed long ago? This is known as “original sin,” and there are some interesting theories theologians have come up with on how this happens. So, get your “thinking divinely” mind-set geared up for this one!
Original sin can be answered by determining the origin […]
Science, not religion, has resurrected the afterlife. Advances in cardiopulmonary resuscitation mean that many patients who have died are now revived, and some have intense stories to share about what happened to them while technically “dead.”
In the past century, however, churches began steering away from the more traditional preaching of heaven perhaps due to […]
When a CEO of a high-tech company uses a term like “demon” to describe artificial intelligence that grabs my attention. It should grab yours, too. Recently, Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla (a manufacturer of electronic sports cars) warned against “unleashing an artificial intelligence demon.” He cautioned an audience at MIT about this kind of […]