Keating, Krauss, Tour: Three Jewish Scientists with Remarkably Different Perspectives

atheists, Brian Keating, Catholicism, Christianity, cosmologists, Culture, debate, Design Inference, faith, Faith & Science, Intelligent Design, Into the Impossible, James Tour, Judaism, Lawrence Krauss, natural philosophers, New Atheists, philosophy, proselytizing, Rice University, Stephen Meyer, Toronto, UC San Diego
Here is a fascinating and very different pair of scientific, religious, and philosophical conversations, both with UC San Diego physicist Brian Keating. Source
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Michael Behe Debates Evolution and Catholicism

biology, Catholicism, common descent, Creation, Darwin's Black Box, Darwinian mechanisms, devolution, elephants, Evolution, faith, Faith & Science, grizzly bears, ID The Future, Intelligent Design, Lehigh University, Matthew Ramage, Michael Behe, Neo-Darwinism, Pat Flynn, Philosophy for the People, polar bears, Pope Benedict XVI, secondary causation, skepticism, theology
Dr. Behe says that his skepticism toward neo-Darwinism stemmed purely from his scientific research. Source
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Stephen Meyer Takes Questions, Including: “Has Science Matured Past Its Christian Origins?”

"God of the gaps", Catholicism, Christianity, Dallas Conference on Science and Faith, dark energy, dark matter, ether, Faith & Science, Galileo Galilei, Hebrew Bible, Isaac Newton, John West, mathematics, Neil deGrasse Tyson, neo-Platonism, philosophy, Physics, Earth & Space, Reformation, Renaissance, Return of the God Hypothesis, scientists, theism
Granted that the early scientists were Christians, does it follow that science necessarily supports Christianity or any form of theism? Source
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