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Neil deGrasse Tyson On the Wonder of the Human Brain

Cosmos: Possible Worlds is a sequel to Carl Sagan’s 1980 acclaimed TV series Cosmos. It is hosted by astrophysicist and author Neil deGrasse Tyson. ...


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How a Beatle's Album Answers Objections to the Bible

In an interview about his recent book (2020), apologist Timothy Paul Jones was asked:

In your final chapter, you talk about how one barrier to the faith ...

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God’s Greatest Physical Creation

The human brain has been rightfully called the greatest arrangement of matter in the universe. This is no overstatement. The following are six primary ...


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An MIT Professor Meets the Author of All Knowledge

Dr. Rosalind Picard, founder and director of the Affective Research Group at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), was once convinced that she ...


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Having Enough 'Faith' to Skydive Without a Parachute

Much of the world looks upon the adrenaline junkies who jump out of "perfectly good airplanes" as crazy, but jumping from 25,000 feet without a parachute ...


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David Bowie: Not Quite an Atheist

David Bowie, the rock singer who died in 2016, once wrote a song called "Seven" in which he proclaimed his non-belief in God: "The gods forgot they've ...


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Actor's Distorted View of Christianity

Oscar Isaac, the dashing X-Fighter pilot Poe Dameron of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, was raised in an evangelical household. "My dad was a man of extremes," ...


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Film About Stephen Hawking Is 'God-Haunted'

The great British physicist Stephen Hawking has emerged in recent years as a poster boy for atheism, especially in light of his heroic struggles against ...


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Famous Scientists Declare Their Faith in God

Who says science and religion don't mix? Take your pick of these excellent quotes from Nobel laureates and pioneers in science:

Nicolaus Copernicus (16th ...


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A Believer's End Is "Beyond the Grasp of Reason"

God destines us for an end beyond the grasp of reason.

—St. Thomas Aquinas, Italian Roman Catholic priest, philosopher, and theologian (c. 1225-1274) ...


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