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Just Another Blood Moon, or a Sign of the End Times?

July 13, 2018

On July 27, 2018, the world is expecting to see the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century-also known as a "blood moon." While astronomers……

Scripture and Science Agree on Keeping Careful Company

June 15, 2018

According to neuroscientists when two people are in each other's company, their brain waves will begin to look nearly identical. This means the people we……

The Five Best Scientific Evidences for the God of the Bible

July 06, 2018

In a time when many believe science and faith do not complement one another, an astronomer comes along to challenge that idea with his five……

Whale Song Makes a Beautiful Case for a Creator

June 26, 2018

Humpback whale songs are surprisingly complex, expanding and changing over time. In short, the humpback whales' acoustical displays sing of the Creator's existence and his……

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Educator's Help Desk: Dinosaurs, Part 4

October 10, 2016

Krista Bontrager, Dean of Online Instruction, talks to her daughter, Emily (age 10), about her favorite dinosaur.…

Educators/Homeschoolers

Future Careers in Science and Faith part 2

October 10, 2016

RTB's Dean of Online Learning, Krista Bontrager, talks to Dr. Fuz Rana about ideas for future career options in science.…

Educators/Homeschoolers

Future Careers in Science and Faith part 4

October 10, 2016

RTB's Dean of Online Learning, Krista Bontrager, talks to Dr. Dave Rogstad about ideas for future career options in science.…

Educators/Homeschoolers

Future Careers in Science and Faith part 5

October 10, 2016

RTB's Dean of Online Learning, Krista Bontrager, talks to Dr. Hugh Ross about ideas for future career options in science.…

Educators/Homeschoolers


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Average Joe's Corner

Let me guess. You like science apologetics and you know it’s important, but responsibilities keep you from staying on top of the latest. And, if you’re like me, sometimes the technical nature of apologetics––and the smart people involved––makes it a little intimidating. In Cup of Joe on the Go, you’ll find brief summaries of recent RTB podcasts, articles, talks, books, and so on, in an effort to equip you. Also, this blog will engage you with a question-of-the-week. Thanks for stopping by for a cup of Joe on the go.

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Take Two

After years of editing materials by RTB’s scholar team, we began toying around with the idea of taking the meaty evidence the scholar team discusses and breaking it up into fun-sized chunks. Though we’re not heavy into science or philosophy, we’ve discovered that without them we’re missing out on some important reasons to believe. (nudge nudge, wink wink).

Archived episodes will be posted soon.

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