Quantum physics challenges what we know about matter, light and the universe. Its challenge to materialism is worth looking into.
If science and philosophy can’t explain consciousness, does that show consciousness is an illusion, or that science and philosophy are not adequate to the task?
Is science is the best way to know things, “because scientific knowledge is better than non-scientific knowledge”? or is this an over-statement?
How do we know the truth about Jesus? If the evidence isn’t as clear as scientific evidence, should we believe it?
The more we learn about our universe, and the forces and particles that form it, the more weird it seems.
We like to think we are logical and right in our opinions, including opinions about God. But there are reasons to question this, for both believers and non-believers. Looking at what psychologists say and what believers and unbelievers say, leads to some interesting conclusions.
Sherlock Holmes said: “when you have excluded the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.” How does this apply to the universe?
Cosmologist Luke Barnes, an expert on the scientific evidence for the fine-tuning of the universe, has published an argument for the existence of God.
Has religion been replaced by science? Has science proved religion to be wrong? Is religious belief based on unjustified faith rather than hard facts?
People tend to take a lot for granted. The sun keeps shining, the earth is full of useful minerals and gravity keeps us from flying off into space. We don’t think about it much, but what if things were different? What if gravity repulsed rather than attracted? What if we couldn’t sit on a chair […]