McDowell is a Christian apologist, but his latest suggestions for summer reading aren’t all, or even mostly, apologetics.
Typing “Big Bang Theory” into a search bar links us immediately to a long-running (debut 2007), immensely popular CBS sitcom.
It’s the single dreamiest, most unsupported idea in all of science, making Darwinian evolution look like a really solid bet by comparison.
The prevalence of, for example, fake physics, shows that we are in the midst of a philosophical decline.
Is this a scientific paper, or a very clever pre-screenplay treatment for a science fiction film, disguised as a scientific paper?
The seems to be something very unnatural about an advanced civilization arising from the dust of a barren planet.
On a trip to Northeast campuses, I had the privilege of speaking to students about the evidence for design in nature.
New 3D computer climate modeling casts doubt on the hubbub of one month ago.
Distinguishing nature from artifact is the main point for intelligent design research.
Insightfully, our friend Eric Metaxas notes a loneliness for companionship from beyond the stars.