This I Believe NPR A templeton conversation Does science make belief in God obsolete? April 27, 2009 • During its four-year run on NPR, This I Believe engaged listeners in a discussion of the core beliefs that guide their daily lives. We.
The Internet Classics Archive Apology by This is the third in a series of conversations among leading scientists and scholars about the "B Questions." For the other B Questions in this series, click here. Yet over the millennia, there has been an inexorable trend: the deeper we probe these questions, and the more we learn about the world in which we live, the less reason there is to believe in God. Today no honest and informed person can maintain that the universe came into being a few thousand years ago and assumed its current form in six days (to say nothing of absurdities like day and nht existing before the sun was created). Socrates' Defense How you have felt, O men of Athens, at hearing the speeches of my accusers, I cannot tell; but I know that their persuasive words almost made me.
Letter from a Birmingham Jail King, Jr. - To request a free booklet containing all the essays, click here. To view featured debates among the contributors, click here. Nor is there a more abstract role for God to play as the ultimate first cause. April 1963 My Dear Fellow Clergymen While confined here in the Birmingham city jail, I came across your recent statement ing my present activities "unwise and.
How to Write an Effective Statement of Faith - Theology Degrees "science" we mean the entire enterprise of secular reason and knowledge (including history and philosophy), not just people with test tubes and white lab coats. This trick simply replaces the puzzle of "Where did the universe come from? When the essay instruction reads, My Personal Statement of Faith, the uncertainty of. Speaking of the Creation, do you believe God created the world in six.