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  • Beauty, Intricacy, and Destruction in Nature

    March 27, 2018

    When we look at creation, we see beauty and the intricacies of design. But we also see natural disasters and destruction. Is this an inherently bad thing—or could it be part of God’s perfect design? Hugh Ross joins host Michelle Mendoza on Live From Seattle to discuss if and how disasters fit into God’s bigger picture.

  • How Do We Really Know There’s a Creator?

    March 20, 2018

    Twenty-five years after its original release, Hugh Ross has updated his book The Creator and the Cosmos with more than 70 pages of new evidence for the God of the Bible. In this Line of Fire interview, host Dr. Michael Brown talks with Hugh about the ever-increasing evidence of a Designer, Hugh’s personal anecdotes of Stephen Hawking, and why we can be confident as Christians that science will continue to affirm, rather than erode, the Christian faith.

  • Imago Dei: A Divine Reflection

    March 12, 2018

    Imago Dei— or the “image of God”—is not a new thought, but many Christians are unclear as to what it really is. What does it mean to be made in God’s image? What are some of the characteristics? Are humans unique in bearing this “divine reflection”? In this Truth Matters interview, host Tony Gurule talks with Kenneth Samples about this ancient understanding and how it impacts the Christian worldview.

  • Cave Art and “Darwin’s Problem”

    March 9, 2018

    Cave art is much more than rudimentary pictures scrawled on cave walls. It is evidence of the explosion of human language and symbolism. This explosion of complex language has been referred to amongst secular anthropologists as “Darwin’s problem.” Fazale Rana joins the hosts of Brian and Kathleen Mornings to share his thoughts on this intriguing and important subject.

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  • Cave Art—a Sign of Human Exceptionalism?

    March 6, 2018

    Cave art is not unique in the fact that it can be found all over the world. However, it is unique in its use of symbolism to communicate ideas. Until now, symbolism has been exclusively attributed to human beings—but some say cave art was painted by Neanderthals. What does this mean for human exceptionalism? Were Neanderthals like us? Or are some scientists showing bias? Fazale Rana joins host Michelle Mendoza on Live From Seattle to unpack these questions and more.

  • Stephen Hawking Says Nothing Existed before Big Bang; Christian Astrophysicist Hugh Ross Responds

    March 5, 2018

    Notable British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking says that nothing existed before the big bang. Christian astrophysicist Hugh Ross shares his thoughts and evidence to the contrary with journalist Michael Gryboski of The Christian Post.

  • Carbon, the Miracle Element

    February 27, 2018

    Carbon is a miracle element. Without it, we wouldn’t have complex life. But how are we transforming the Earth’s carbon into a dangerous “carbon footprint”? And can anything be done to correct it? Hugh Ross joins the hosts of The Ride Home with John and Kathy to share his thoughts on this important topic.

  • The Creator and the Cosmos: Interview with Hugh Ross

    February 26, 2018

    The fine-tuning of our universe is mind-boggling, and as time passes, evidence for its intricate design continues to grow. Hugh Ross joins Sean McDowell to share some of the newest discoveries of intelligent design and thoughts behind his most recent release—an expanded version of his classic book, The Creator and the Cosmos.

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  • Debating Embryonic Stem Cells and Biotechnology

    February 17, 2018

    Stem cells have the remarkable potential to develop into many different cell types in the human body. They are used medically for regenerative therapy to treat a variety of conditions. However, stem cells have traditionally been harvested from early-stage embryos, raising concerns for those who believe life begins at conception. Fazale Rana and atheist biologist Robert Stovold join Unbelievable? host Justin Brierley to debate a new technology that allows stem cells to be produced without destroying embryos.

  • The 10 Finest Thinkers in Christendom

    February 15, 2018

    Christian history is full of great thinkers, but there are a few who have risen above the rest. In this Truth Matters interview, host Tony Gurule talks with Kenneth Samples about these influential men and their impact on Christianity as we know it.

  • Engaging Christians Using Science, Scripture, and Mutual Respect

    February 14, 2018

    Hugh Ross reveals his heart for evangelism in his statement, “Galaxies only last billions of years, but a human being is eternal.” In this Purpose Nation interview, host Brad Cooper welcomes Hugh Ross, who candidly offers his thoughts on sharing the gospel, science-faith matters, and more.

  • Answering Skeptics’ Questions

    February 13, 2018

    In this Live from Seattle interview, host Michelle Mendoza invites Hugh Ross to answer questions from atheists and skeptics.

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  • First Stem Cells Created in a Lab

    February 8, 2018

    Researchers have created the first stem cells using CRISPR genome activation. What does this mean? It means that harvesting embryos would no longer be necessary, as scientists can simply reprogram skin cells to become stem cells, brain cells, or heart cells. Fazale Rana joins the host of In the Market with Janet Parshall to discuss this new technology that holds the potential of resolving the stem cell controversy.

  • How Science and the Bible Agree

    February 6, 2018

    Is the Bible simply meant to be a spiritual book—kept far from the reach of science? Or are science and the Bible unexpected allies? In this Live from Seattle interview, host Michelle Mendoza talks with Reasons to Believe’s AMP 2018 Conference speaker, Michael Guillen, about the compatibility and supportive role Scripture and science have with one another.

  • Christians Have Questions Too

    February 6, 2018

    Jeff Zweerink struggled from an early age with how to reconcile his love of science with his desire to serve God. How did the God of the Bible fit with what he was observing in nature? In this Live from Seattle interview, host Michelle Mendoza talks with Jeff about how the challenge of reconciling his faith with science proved to be more encouraging than he expected.

  • True for You but Not for Me

    February 1, 2018

    Pontius Pilate asked a question that will forever ring through the corridors of time: What is truth? Today, many have come to the conclusion there simply is no truth. How can we as Christians even begin to share the gospel with a person of this mindset? In this Live from Seattle interview, host Michelle Mendoza talks with Reasons to Believe’s AMP 2018 Conference speaker, Paul Copan, about this timely subject. Paul offers his experience and thoughts on how to reach relativists with the ultimate Truth.

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  • Resolution to the Stem Cell Controversy?

    January 30, 2018

    Researchers have created the first stem cells using CRISPR genome activation. What does this mean? It means that harvesting embryos would no longer be necessary, as scientists can simply reprogram skin cells to become stem cells, brain cells, or heart cells. Fazale Rana joins the hosts of The Ride Home with John and Kathy to discuss this new technology that holds the potential of resolving the stem cell controversy.

  • Signs in the Sky?

    January 30, 2018

    A rare “super blue blood moon” has made its appearance, leaving some people looking to the sky for signs. Is this a forewarning of the end times? Or is it just an exciting astronomical phenomenon? Hugh Ross joins the host of Let’s Talk with Mark Elfstrand to offer his thoughts on blood moons, signs in the sky, and the end times.

  • Is There Life Out There?

    January 22, 2018

    Whether religious or nonreligious, people want to know: Is there life out there? Our enthrallment with the possibility of alien worlds seems nearly insatiable. And the blurred line between science fact and science fiction can leave us with a myriad of questions—especially as Christians. In this Colliding Worldviews interview, host Tony Gurule talks with Jeff Zweerink about the possibility of life on other planets and how such a discovery might impact the Christian worldview.

  • Transhumanism

    January 16, 2018

    Technological advances in transhumanism are seen as stepping-stones into a post-human future and represent a sort of “techno-faith.” People are looking to technology for a “new heaven and new earth,” as well as immortality. As Christians, how do we determine how far we should go with transhuman technology? In this Live from Seattle interview, host Michelle Mendoza talks with Fazale Rana about topics ranging from bionic limbs to something called the “brain-net,” which connects people to people as well as people to machines. All of these advances beg the question, “Will technology be the end of humanity as we know it?”

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