Introduction Here, we come finally to the end of this series, though clearly not to the end of trying to understand and present the riches of faith, and how faith relates to love, hope, and wisdom. Nevertheless, insofar as this series has worked to show how faith and science are not at odds with one […]
This is a special guest blog post from Cathryn Buse. She grew up in Birmingham, Alabama and graduated from the University of Alabama in Huntsville with a masters in Engineering.
We must begin our response by saying that Rich Sam’s questions (described in the previous blog) cannot be answered fully. It is possible that we are merely deluded. It is also quite possible that Rich Sam is. For Rich Sam’s questions are framed, as are most such questions presented by critics of religion, by a […]
This series of blogs has been spurred by the apparent conflict between scientific styles of reasoning and faith. But we have had to do a lot of “throat-clearing,” defining terms and clarifying ideas. In this post, I’ll allow Rich Sam to offer what I think is perhaps the most important criticism of what I’ve been […]
Joel and Travis continue to talk about faith and science, while managing to make reference to Advent (a time of preparation for the coming of the Messiah) and the issue (raised in a tweet by Bret Weinstein) of the relationship between the metaphysical claims about Jesus and his moral teachings. (Note: Audio is a little […]