But what if such a reason were found? Better yet, what if five really good reasons were found – that Christians should want to believe these theories – not because some atheist scientist said they should – because the Christian Bible said so?
The book takes a different, and unexpected, perspective on the whole issue. If you're a Christian, you'll probably be surprised – but also very happy with what you read.
And if you're not a Christian, it will provide very interesting food for thought on a whole range of issues related to science and religion – and why this new perspective will benefit you, too.
The unexpected perspective – by Carl Treleaven
This post looks at a new book on three distinctly different ways for Christians to think about creation.Read More
On the surface, there isn't any connection between Darwin and the Big Bang Theory, on one hand, and the debate about climate change on the other. This blog post explores how the two subjects actually share a connection.Read More
Fast growing economies in Africa and Asia are implementing "quick fix" power solutions that won't help battle climate change. This post explores ways to address the problemRead More
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