Any of us can point to certain pivotal events in our past that need not have occurred, but did.
Stephen Meyer examines the multiverse theory and why it fails to explain away the insistent evidence of a cosmic designer.
How was Darwinian theory, despite its lack of empirical support or even semblance of verisimilitude, able to advance to its present position of orthodoxy?
The arresting historical vignette of Darwin’s fraught meeting with Bradlaugh and Aveling at his country retreat would doubtless make for a good TV docudrama.
There is a classical proof of God’s existence that uses universal concepts such as mathematics, proposed most prominently by St. Augustine.