In 1927, Belgian astronomer Georges Lemaître theorized that the universe began with a single explosion from a densely compacted state.
Recently, atheist Michael Shermer debated Catholic philosopher Edward Feser. The subject was Feser’s new book on five arguments for the existence of God.
Education functions best when we focus not on soliciting student agreement or buy-in to a rigid creed, but rather on stimulating the critical faculties.
The authors argue that RNA molecules appeared in warm little ponds more than 4.17 billion years ago, transported by “meteorites and interplanetary dust particles.”
The Matrix, the first episode, was a fun movie. But as a description for reality? Please.