Even Charles Bradlaugh, the first atheist member of Parliament, was haunted by the psalmist’s reproach, “The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God.”
Philosopher of science Paul Nelson explores an intriguing tension in the thinking of the famous scientist and science popularizer.
Hanegraaff and Thomas provide a model of how two men with differing positions on Christianity can challenge each other while remaining cordial.
How could a blind material process produce man’s unique capabilities of reason and conscience?
Something immaterial can’t have an effect on the material realm, presumably, so how would it be selected as advantageous by Darwinian natural selection?