Monthly Archives: November 2019

AI Investigations: Philosophy Is Not Dead

BY JEFF ZWEERINK – OCTOBER 18, 2019 Why can we think about the universe when the universe cannot think about us? This simple, yet profound, question leads to fascinating philosophical, theological, and scientific investigations. Those same considerations converge in the arena … Continue reading

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Scientists Reverse the Aging Process: Exploring the Theological Implications

BY FAZALE RANA – OCTOBER 30, 2019 During those days people will seek death but will not find it; they will long to die, but death will elude them. Revelation 9:6 I make dad noises now. When I sit down, when … Continue reading

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Is Supernatural Causation Compatible with Science?

BY PAUL LORENZINI – OCTOBER 11, 2019 When defenders of naturalistic evolution state their case, they frequently begin with the claim that their theory is “scientific.” Alternative views, especially those that would invoke supernatural causation, are pejoratively dismissed as “pseudoscience,” pseudo because they … Continue reading

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