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If you’re a creationist, you presuppose the veracity of the bible.

If you’re a naturalist, you presuppose the nonexistence of the supernatural.

What happens when you set aside presuppositions and merely look at the evidence? When it comes to the topic of the universes’s origin, a number of models have been proposed. For simplicity’s sake, they have historically fallen in two camps. Up until the middle of the twentieth century, most of humanity had assumed that the universe has always existed. It had no beginning, and quite possibly will have no end. For most in the science community, that view crumbled quickly as evidence for the Big Bang mounted. Continue Reading…

Is nature all there is?

Scott Smith —  January 17, 2012 — Leave a comment

Segment of a fantastic debate between William Lane Craig and John Shook on whether naturalism accounts for everything, and whether it is reasonable to believe in the supernatural.

 

”Frankly, I find it hard to understand how people today can risk parenthood without having studied apologetics.”

William Lane Craig