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God, Science & The Big Questions – Live stream now #GodScience

UPDATE: An on-demand streaming version is now available here, or watch below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpJm-qX3rW0 John Lennox, William Lane Craig and JP Moreland are discussing God, science and the big questions, live streaming right now here! Fascinating topics so far including human/neanderthal... Continue Reading →

A Borrowed Flame: Genesis, Gervais & Space-Jumping

Following Felix Baumgartner's successful space jump, and the shooting of a 14 year old girl in Pakistan this week, Ricky Gervais tweeted: Dear Religion, This week I safely dropped a man from space while you shot a child in the... Continue Reading →

Believing in A Beautiful Mind (Part 2)

In part 1, I commented briefly on some of the beliefs expressed by characters in A Beautiful Mind: reductionism or materialism can be used to justify one's urges beliefs don't necessarily need to be grounded in science to be valid... Continue Reading →

Believing in A Beautiful Mind (Part 1)

In the 2001 film, A Beautiful Mind, mathematician John Nash struggles with schizophrenia forcing him to re-evaluate his beliefs and how he actually comes to know anything. Some observations: Nash holds to reductionism to justify urges: Nash: I don't exactly... Continue Reading →

Contagion (2011)

Contagion depicts the spread of a highly contagious and deadly virus which rapidly spreads across the world and threatens to kill hundreds of millions of people unless an international team of scientists can develop a vaccine fast enough to stop... Continue Reading →

Science & Faith (The Script, 2010)

Science & Faith is the second album from Irish pop rock band The Script, responsible for hits such as “Before the Worst” and “Breakeven”. The title track addresses “the primacy of love in the universal equation", and worldviews clash when... Continue Reading →

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