Thursday, February 26, 2009

5 New Reasons to Believe Podcasts

The reasons.org website has just been revamped and improved. One of the great resources are 5 podcasts, all dealing with different scientific angles of the universe. Here they are:
Science News Flash - RSS | iTunes Link
Straight Thinking - RSS | iTunes Link
I Didn’t Know That - RSS | iTunes Link
Why the Universe Is The Way It Is - RSS | iTunes Link
The Cell’s Design - RSS | iTunes Link

Enjoy.

4 comments :

BubbaCoop said...

http://www.answersingenesis.org/docs2002/0821ross.asp

Brian said...

BubbaCoop,

Normally I don't just publish comments that are links with no actual comment. I will make an exception.

AiG graciously disagrees with Reasons.org - and the differences are understandable. At the same time, please know that any posts of content from either side of differing views does not necessarily mean an endorsement of everything that is presented.

A position that is fully informed of the views of both sides seems to be beneficial if one is willing to work through the issues with discernment and humility while seeking the Lord for truth.

Thanks for reading!

emmzee said...

And a response from Reasons re AIG:
http://reasons.org/resources/non-staff-papers/old-earth-creationism-heretical-belief

Personally I couldn't care less about how God did it; if one person says it was in a few thousand years, I'm impressed. In a few million or billion, I'm still impressed. Theistic evolution, still impressed. This is not, IMHO, a salvation issue, so I think Christians can hold differing opinions and still be part of the same body.

Recently some people in my church wanted to pay to have the church host a "Defeating Darwinism" seminar held there; as outreach director I argued against it because, besides being ineffective and a peripheral issue, I don't care if someone believes "Darwinism" occurred as long as they hold to the central tenants of the Christian faith (ie, however the universe came into existence, God did it.) Why are some Christians so insistent about fighting about this issue?

I know not everyone sees it that way, but that's my thoughts on the issue. I don't have a firm opinion, though if I had to choose I'd lean towards Ross' interpretation.

RkBall said...

s/b central tenets

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