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The Blind Receive Sight: A Peer-Reviewed Modern Miracle.

A 2nd powerful peer-reviewed case of a modern miracle has appeared in the literature. This time, a blind woman receives sight. Sean offers the critical details.

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Can Atheism Ground Reason?

Can atheism give an adequate account for the reliability of reason? While atheists can certainly be reasonable, Sean argues that atheism cannot ground reason.

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The Origin of Species Turns 160 Years Old. What is The State of Darwinism Today?

How is Darwinism standing today? Has science ruled out Adam and Eve? Sean interviews his colleague Douglas Axe on these questions and more.

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Without God, My Wife's 42nd Birthday Is Meaningless

Through the popular series The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Sean illustrates how there can be no meaning without God.

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God Counts all the Stars and Names Them–Amazing!

Scripture says that God names all the stars in the universe. Mathematically, what would this take? Sean answers and explains what it means for God's character.

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Can A Christian Believe in Evolution?

Can a Christian embrace evolution? What are the key issues Christians need to consider in trying to wed the two? Sean addresses these vital Qs.

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A Remarkable Case of a Peer-Reviewed Modern Miracle

After 16 years of suffering from gastroparesis, a young man is remarkably healed after intercessory prayer. Sean discusses and documents the peer-reviewed case.

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Can Science Explain Everything? Book Review

Can science explain all reality? Is science in conflict with God? Sean reviews the recent book by professor John Lennox.

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Are Science and Faith at Odds? Quick Insight by Augustine

Science and Faith are often described as being in conflict. Augustine provides some timeless advice for how to think about their interaction.

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Origins Debate: Creationism or Theistic Evolution?

Did God use evolution? Is there good evidence for design? Sean hosts a discussion among Dr. Rana (RTB), Dr. Applegate (BioLogos), and Dr. Guliuzza (ICR).