Stephen Meyer and Eric Metaxas whet your appetite for next month’s Socrates in the City conversation, in Dallas.
It’s evident that religious and other leaders have done a poor job of addressing what Stephen Meyer calls the “God hypothesis.”
One view, favored in the media and academia, says that faith stands separate from science, or that science has displaced faith.
Many high school students are eager to go beyond the brief and airbrushed presentation of evolutionary theory found in their biology textbooks, and are full of questions.
Leisola describes a humble example — the enzymes in washing powder we use in the laundry, with the ability to degrade proteins.