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How Life After Death Fundamentally Effects Answers

In #All, Apologetics, Apologist, Atheism, Christianity, Life After Death, Materialism, Morality & Ethics, Naturalism by Justin Hornbaker

When a conversation arises on important worldview issues we tend to default to the perspective of the particular worldview that is socially accepted. Since Darwinism and Big Bang cosmology are taught with no competing worldview in the schools, it has become the default many fall back on. Even if you are not an atheist you may end up assuming either …

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Darwin’s Finches: The Hype Continues

In #All, Apologetics, Biology, Creation, Science by Brian Johnson

Darwinian evolution is a theory that can best explain things if one focuses mostly on older scientific data. Keep in mind that Darwin didn’t have a degree in Biology, his degree was in Theology. This isn’t to say that he couldn’t have understood some of what he was observing but what he focused on was what we would call in …

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“The Friendly Atheist” USD Event

In Apologetics, Christianity, Podcast by sdapologetics

The Friendly Atheist is a very popular YouTube atheist who will be appearing in the Old Main building on Tuesday April 17th on the USD campus in Vermillion. In this podcast I break down a few of his ideas and arguments concerning Christianity in an attempt to familiarize you with who he is and how he thinks. I recommend you …

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Creation Podcast

In Apologetics, Creation, ID, Podcast, Science by sdapologetics

In this podcast I discuss the different ideas and worldviews surrounding science and the Bible. I lay the framework from which we will work from going forward with future scientific podcasts. Topics explained are Darwinian Evolution, Intelligent Design, and three different ideas behind Creation including theistic evolution, progressive creation, and young earth creation. You are free to copy and distribute …

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Peer-Reviewed Paper Reveals Darwin’s Unavoidable Catch-22 Problem

In Apologetics, Biology, Science by sdapologetics

A new peer-reviewed paper in the journal Complexity presents a computational model of evolution which shows that evolving new biological structures may be deterred by an unavoidable catch-22 problem. The article by physicists David Snoke, Jeffery Cox, and Donald Petcher begins by observing that in order to produce a new system, evolution first needs to try lots of new things. …