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New Atheists recoil at the idea of God as the source of morality. In other episodes we have examined society, the individual, science and genetics as sources of morality. but in this episode God is seen to be the ultimate foundation for morality, despite the moral failings of religion.
Sir Arthur Keith summarises the evolution doctrine as follows: “Evolution is unproven and unprovable. We believe it, however, because the only alternative is an act of creation by a God, and that is unthinkable.”
Thomas’ experience is one from scepticism to belief.
Thomas discovered a faith in God that stood up to his deepest doubts and hardest questions and filled him with a hope that he was willing to die for.
Why do some people choose to die for their faith?
Bangkok’s famous red-light district is a multi-billion-dollar industry. Here, sex tourists can buy any drug or sexual experience they desire.
In nearby streets and alleyways, even children are being hired for sex.
Is morality just a matter of personal opinion? Or do some things make right and wr...
The Infinite Monkey Theorem has been used to try and explain how randomness might produce genius. It is based on the belief that if you gave an infinite number of monkeys an infinite amount of time, they would almost surely be able to type the works of Shakespeare.
The Airbus A380 is the world’s largest passenger airliner. Made from 4 million individual components. Six thousand engineers designed the A380. Millions of person-hours of thought have gone into the design and technology of the Airbus.
Despite all the progress, why are we still unable to produce ...
We long to make sense of the world and our place in it. Yet we live in a world of competing explanations. One worldview states that our lives are the result of cosmic chance, but another believes that we were made by a loving God. Since history began, we humans have asked deep questions about lif...
Most atheists believe that if we can't see it, hear it, or measure it, it's just not there. However, we intuitively know that our actions and thoughts are more than just a conglomeration of atoms that can be studied under a microscope!
We live in the ‘Goldilocks’ zone, where it’s just right. We have the liquid water essential to life and just a 1% change either way in our orbit would wipe us out. If gravity were stronger, we wouldn’t be here.
Today, the study of the life, death & resurrection of Jesus continues to captivate both believers and skeptics alike. Central to the discussion is the the story of His resurrection - why does it matter so much?
Over 2.2 billion people believe Jesus of Nazareth was God in human form, that He did miracles and He lived after He died! Is that just blind faith? Outside the Bible, is there evidence He existed at all, and Is the Jesus of history anything like the Jesus portrayed in the Christian gospels?
Over the last 2000 years people have often questioned the Jesus stories. The idea that God would become human, do miracles, die for our mistakes and then personally demonstrate the reality of afterlife, can seem unbelievable.
But there is strong evidence that these writings have been handed down ...
Is there anywhere like Jerusalem?
Loved, threatened, invaded, destroyed and rebuilt time and time again. It’s still the holy city for three global religions, and it holds the faith and dreams of billions of people today.
Let's briefly examine the atheistic belief that biology can provide humans with a solid foundation for morality. Leading atheist Sam Harris says that to base morality on biology eliminates the need for ‘an imaginary man in the sky’ who dictates what is right and wrong.