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Scientist Has Faith in Aliens but Not God

In a popular interview posted on YouTube, scientist Leonard Mlodinow, who co-authored The Grand Design with Stephen Hawking, declared, "Science shows ...

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Scientists Admit Ignorance About the Origin of Life

In his book, God's Undertaker: Has Science Buried God, John Lennox quotes a number of scientists who admit their ignorance about the origin of life:

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The Wrong Kind of Knowledge

We want a kind of knowledge that eliminates mystery and puts us in charge of [the] world. Above all, we want to avoid a knowledge that calls for our own ...

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Broken Globe Symbolic of Broken World

When I was about ten years old, my dad, a medical doctor, received a special gift from one of his patients: a beautiful globe with shiny sequins. The ...

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A Man-Making Contest with God

After discovering how to clone humans, two scientists challenged God:

"We don't need you anymore," they said. "We can make life by ourselves now."

"Okay," ...

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Crime-Free Island Rocked by Burglary

The tiny island town of Colonsay, Scotland (population 130), is home to a smattering of small businesses. The lone school has eleven students. There is ...

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World in Population Crisis

At or around 7:46 A.M. on Tuesday, October 17, 2006, the 300 millionth American citizen was born. It was an exciting morning for our nation, and for the ...

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Chesterton on the Fall

To the question, "What is meant by the fall?" I could answer with complete sincerity that, "Whatever I am, I am not myself."

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Chesterton on Human Potential

Whatever else is said of man, this much is clear: He is not what he is capable of being.

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Chesterton on Original Sin

Certain new theologians dispute original sin, which is the only part of Christian doctrine which can really be proved.

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