In his best-selling book The Grand Design (2010), renowned physicist Stephen Hawking advances the startling claim that the laws of physics make God unnecessary for the creation of the universe. Is he right? At this public talk Oxford University Mathematics Professor John Lennox will respond based on his new book God and Stephen Hawking: Whose Design Is It Anyway?Read More ›
In this clip, God and Evolution editor Jay Richards discusses the problem of evil and why Darwinian evolution does not resolve it, contrary to claims by some theistic evolutionists.
Jay Richards discusses how the theory of intelligent design interacts with the doctrines of the Catholic Church.Read More ›
Jay Richards discusses the problem of evil for the theistic and theistic evolutionary perspectives. He notes the common answer that theists give: God allows man to have free will and this liberty brings evil into the world. The evolutionist’s answer to the question makes the problem more acute: God sent everything into existence at once and therefore could not create everything in perfect moral order right away.
Jay Richards notes that the Catholic Church has no qualms with evolution if its defined as change over time. But according to Pope Pius XII and other popes who have discussed evolution, Darwinian evolution specifically contradicts their holy text and tradition.Read More ›
Senior Fellow of the Discovery Institute, John West, analysis three big questions regarding evolution and God. Listen as he answers these questions: Did God Direct Evolution? Did God Create Humans Morally Good? Is there any Evidence of Design in Nature?
Jay Richards, Stephen Meyer, David Klinghoffer, and John West discuss the questions they pose and answer in God and Evolution. They focus squarely on the implications of evolution as it pertains to faiths. www.faithandevolution.org
Listen in as David Klinghoffer discusses how Judaism handles and has handled evolution through the millennia. Hear him talk on the Sabbath and Darwin, Darwin vs. Intelligent Design, and Darwin and Epicurus.Read More ›
Senior Fellow John West discusses epicureanism and Gnosticism as they directly opposed the early church’s view of creation. Listen in as John West describes the parallels in opposition to God as Creator that the early church and the modern church face.
Dr. John West argues that God’s creation of the world is not a secondary doctrine as theistic evolutionists would suggest. He argues from Irenaeus, the Nicene Creed, and the gospel of John that to deny the specific and intentional creation of the world by God is a blatant misreading of Christian tradition.Read More ›