This debate took place in 2010 between Sean McDowell and Dr. Jim Corbett. The topic is whether God or humanism better explain morality.
Is religion detrimental to your health? Does it harm people? Sean gives 3 reasons the opposite is true.
The problem of evil and suffering is one of the most vital questions to ask. But we must also ask there there is goodness, beauty, and free will. Sean explains.
Surprisingly, a well-known skeptic recognizes the power of the message of Jesus and the beauty of the God of Christmas. Guest blogger Tim Stratton explains.
Can science account for objective morality? Can atheism give us a sense of moral oughtness? Guest blogger Tim Stratton tackles these questions.
What require more faith - atheism or theism? Guest blogger Ryan Pauly makes the case that atheism requires more faith than believing in God.
How does a French atheist become a Christian? What advice does he have for Christians? Check out Sean's brief interview with Guillaume Bignon.
Cornell University Professor Will Provine once claimed intelligent design is boring. I think its the exact opposite...Atheism is boring!
How do we really know what people believe? Many people claim not to believe in God. But in my experience, their lives will betray them. Sean explains how.
Who does the Psalmist refer to as the fool who says in his heart, "There is no God"? Despite what many people think, its not the atheist.