Tag Archives: faith and science

Should Our Faith Remain “Evidence Free”?

“Faith is believing in something that cannot be proven and for which there is no evidence.” Media representations of religious people would make you think this is an almost universally held opinion. “Faith and religion just can’t be proven by evidence.” “They just have to be believed.” It seems like …

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Quick Shot Responses to “Earth is Just a Pale Blue Dot in a Huge Hostile Universe” (Cold-Case Christianity S5E19)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner offers a number of brief, rhetorically powerful responses to the objection: “Earth is Just a Pale Blue Dot in a Huge Hostile Universe.” If the earth was specially designed by God, why does it appear to be so unimportant in …

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Is Atheism the Default Worldview? Responding to the “God of the Gaps” Challenge (Video)

J. Warner Wallace was interviewed by Stelman Smith of the Unapologetic Apologists and addressed the nature of the atheistic worldview, including the claim that atheism ought to be our default position as investigators, and the charge that Christians default to God as a “God of the Gaps” reflex whenever they …

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