Articles about Science

Science is, simply, the study of the world around us. Some believe that science and faith are incompatible, but that’s clearly not so. Good science expresses the truth about our world, and bad science does not. Much of modern science can be used as a tool to express truths about God, His activities, and His character.

The Dessert Cart Paradox — A “Gaping Hole in Evolutionary Theory”

Darwin's 'natural selection' is a favorite idea of philosophical naturalists - people who believe the physical world is all that exists. The problems begin when trying to explain how ANYTHING exists. As Doug Axe clearly explains in this video (5:38), evolutionary biology can't account for the origin of things. "The power of invention resides elsewhere."

Physics and Free Will

Do humans actually have free will, or is that an illusion created in our brains? It seems silly that anyone would argue that we don't have free will, since the claim implies that they MUST argue that way, rather than that they choose to. What are the implications, and what does the science say?

Does Entropy Prove Creation?

Entropy is the principle that, in a closed system, disorder increases over time. Without intervention from an outside organizing force, maximum disorder will result. If our universe, or the earth itself, is a closed system, this implies that the universe is not eternal... that it must have been created by an outside force.

Darkness at the Crucifixion: Metaphor or Real History?

Matthew, Mark, and Luke record a three-hour period of darkness 'over the whole land' during Jesus' crucifixion. Do we have evidence that this actually occurred? Thallus, Phlegon, and Africanus wrote about the event. Read the details.

The Delusions of Atheists

Does science prove or disprove the existence of God? Christians believe that science, when done well, reflects the reality that the universe was created by God. Atheists typically claim that science rules out the existence of God. Examine some of the claims of prominent atheists.

The Ultimate Question of Origins: God and the Beginning of the Universe

The well-known Kalam Cosmological Argument is sometimes dismissed by skeptics... not on the basis of the argument itself, but because it's used by Christians as support for the biblical account of creation. Here the argument appears in a peer-reviewed scientific journal.

10 Things You Should Know about Scientism

Scientism is a relatively new word. It describes an exaggerated belief in the ability of science alone to explain the world around us. Our scientific understanding of nature keeps changing, but philosopher J.P. Moreland suggests that our moral sense is more reliable than science.