The Hubris of Some Scientists

The hubris of some Scientists. Notice I did not say “the hubris of science”, but "scientists.”  Also, note that I said, "some scientists."  Because there are a host of scholars within the scientific disciplines who have professed their faith in Christ. (For one solid resource for finding scientists who have placed their faith in Christ, … Continue reading The Hubris of Some Scientists

Is the Christian faith compatible with Science?

Is the Christian faith compatible with Science? 100%.  There is no conflict between faith & science. “It’s not science that squeezes God out of the equation. Rather, it’s philosophy that squeezes God out of the equation.” “‘There is no God’ is never a scientific claim, but rather a philosophical claim.” Never allow yourself to be … Continue reading Is the Christian faith compatible with Science?

There is Good Reason to Believe in God

In Acts 14, we find Paul in Lystra in the region of Galatia (modern Turkey). Luke records Paul’s words to his listeners: “In the past, [God] permitted all the nations to go their own way, but he never left them without evidence of himself and his goodness…” - 14:17 “He’s never left us without evidence … Continue reading There is Good Reason to Believe in God

The Deconstruction of the Christian Faith

The Deconstruction of the Christian Faith Nick Watts, August 2022   Preface The topic about which I'm writing is actually nothing new, certainly not unique to modern times.  Jesus, himself, told his disciples two millennia ago, "I have told you these things so that you won’t abandon your faith." I try to always document and … Continue reading The Deconstruction of the Christian Faith

The Peculiar Planet Known as Uranus

The favorite planet of every middle school boy, right? While astronomers pronounce the planet’s name with the accent on the first syllable, the planet gets a lot of giggles at the expense of the many who place the accent on the second syllable. But, for a moment, let’s move beyond the planet’s name and try … Continue reading The Peculiar Planet Known as Uranus

The Devil’s Delusion

I’m bouncing back & forth between Stephen Myer’s ‘Return of the God Hypothesis’ and David Berlinski’s ‘The Devil’s Delusion.’ Myer is a professed Christian. Berlinski is a professed atheist.  I love both of these scholars because they are not merely erudite, but unafraid to have civil discourse with someone possessing an opposing worldview. Berlinski’s purpose … Continue reading The Devil’s Delusion