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Category Archives: Science
John Millam, Ken Klos, and Iain D. Sommerville, Water: Designed for Life (Reasons to Believe 2013). It’s been quite a while since I published anything on this blog, but it doesn’t mean I haven’t been learning anything worth sharing. I … Continue reading
I cannot leave this argument alone. Every time I sit down to write about the teleological argument for the existence of God (the argument from design), my thoughts turn to the cosmological argument instead. Here is my latest effort to … Continue reading
Check out Joshualetter’s Inaugural Podcast on: The Cosmological Argument for the Existence of God, Right here!
I haven’t written much about evolution in these pages. The principle reason is that I consider the debate on that question to be a distraction from the question which really ought to concern us, namely, did biological diversity arise by … Continue reading
[The following essay was written in fulfillment of an assignment for a class I took at Reasons Institute in the spring of 2020.] Critics of the neo-Darwinian theory of evolution are systematically denied a fair opportunity to present their views … Continue reading
Two essential reads from this morning’s mail: Excerpt — The Infinite Complexity of Cells Is Following Jesus a “Politic?”
Astronomer Hugh Ross of Reasons to Believe (reasons.org), of whom much is heard in these pages, has long emphasized that all of natural history prior to mankind was fine-tuned to prepare the cosmos not for mankind simply, but for mankind … Continue reading
Here are the notes I took while listening to Dan Britt’s lecture. 21:00 When India collided with China, the uplift of the Himalayas resulted in greatly-increased rock weathering, which pulled 80% of the CO2 out of the atmosphere, rending the … Continue reading
Much is being said about climate change: is it real? Are we causing it? What can be done? I have recently come across three fascinating discussions of how human-caused increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide may relate to various natural cycles, … Continue reading