Where Science and Faith Converge
  • Making a Case for God’s Existence

    August 15, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    There are a number of different arguments for the existence of God. Philosopher and theologian Kenneth Samples is partial to the “moral argument” for good reason. Kenneth joins Bill Arnold of The Early Evening Late Show to discuss the moral argument’s strengths and how we can use it to share our faith with the skeptics in our lives.

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  • World Mosquito Day

    August 10, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    You might be wondering why there would be a World Mosquito Day. Yet on August 20, the world commemorates the anniversary of this strange celebration. Anjeanette “AJ” Roberts joins the hosts of Brian and Jannelle Mornings to discuss this bizzare holiday and to uncover what all the buzz is about mosquitoes.

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  • Fast Radio Bursts in Space Baffle Scientists

    August 8, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs) in space have scientists baffled. To date, astronomers are still trying to figure out what—or who—is responsible for these FRBs. Some suggest there may be alien life trying to contact us. Could it be? Hugh Ross joins Lauren Green of Fox News to discuss this mystery.

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  • Sharing the Gospel in a Hostile World

    August 7, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    Part of being a Christian is to “go into all the world and preach the gospel.” But how do we do that in an increasingly hostile environment? Hugh Ross joins Bill Arnold of The Early Evening Late Show to discuss how we can engage in—rather than withdraw from—this important commission.

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  • Living Dinosaurs in the Next 5 Years?

    July 31, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    Renowned paleontologist Jack Horner, inspiration for Jurassic Park protagonist Dr. Alan Grant, says we’re only five to ten years away from genetically engineering dinosaurs back into existence. Fazale Rana joins the hosts of The Ride Home with John and Kathy to discuss Dr. Horner’s prediction and ultimately how this “tinkering” with nature points to a Creator.

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  • A Discussion with Fazale Rana

    July 25, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    Fazale (Fuz) Rana joins host Teresa Blaes on Unresolved Life to discuss creation, evolution, the reliability of Scripture, and everything in-between.

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

    July 13, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    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 will be watching the skies to appreciate the beauty, some Christians will also be watching, wondering if this is a sign of the last days. Hugh Ross joins the hosts of Brian and Jannelle Mornings to enlighten us as to what makes a blood moon, and to share his thoughts on whether or not this will usher in the end times.

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  • The Five Best Scientific Evidences for the God of the Bible

    July 6, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    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 best scientific evidences for the God of the Bible. Hugh Ross joins the hosts of Brian and Jannelle Mornings to share these evidences, helping skeptics and Christians alike to see that there truly are reasons to believe.

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  • Whale Song Makes a Beautiful Case for a Creator

    June 26, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    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 artistry. Fazale Rana joins host Michelle Mendoza on Live from Seattle to unpack this mystery of the deep and how it glorifies the Creator.

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  • Scripture and Science Agree on Keeping Careful Company

    June 15, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    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 spend time with begin to impact our engagement with reality beyond what we can explain. And one of the effects is we become alike. Scripture tells us over and again that we should be thoughtful about who we keep company with. Now there’s scientific data that explains at least one reason why. Kenneth Samples joins the hosts of Brian and Jannelle Mornings to help unpack this discovery and how our choice in friends affects both the physical and the spiritual.

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  • Where Did the Laws of Nature Come From? A Moderated Debate with Hugh Ross and Peter Atkins

    June 2, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    Unbelievable? host Justin Brierley brings together Christian astronomer Hugh Ross and atheist astronomer Peter Atkins to discuss the origin of the universe, natural laws, and more.

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  • “Useless” Cells Might Be Powerful Weapons against Disease

    May 29, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    Scientists have discovered that so-called “silenced” B cells—once thought to simply clog up the immune system for no good reason—actually have a crucial purpose. Researchers are hopeful B cells could one day lead to new kinds of treatments for dangerous human infections such as HIV. Fazale Rana joins the host of In the Market with Janet Parshall to discuss this new discovery.

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  • Robots Can’t Yet Outperform a Flea

    May 22, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    While we know fleas to be minuscule pests, they obviously are difficult to replicate. As beautifully stated in a Science Daily article: “Robots can’t yet outjump a flea in part because such quick, repeatable movements require components to be exquisitely fine-tuned to each other.” Jeff Zweerink joins host Michelle Mendoza on Live from Seattle to discuss the fascinating topic of the masterful design of the world around us.

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  • Debate on the Big Bang and the Bible

    May 10, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    Is the concept of the big bang in the Bible? Or are Christians reading too much into the text? Hugh Ross joins NonSequitur hosts Steve McRae and Kyle Curtis as he debates astronomer Felipe Goicovic on this important topic.

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  • Hugh Ross, Ken Samples, Tim Keller, and Os Guinness: Reaching Skeptics

    May 9, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    Unbelievable? host Justin Brierley speaks to four significant Christian leaders across the topics of science, theology, church, and culture.

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  • How Fine-Tuning Reveals an Infinite Creator

    May 5, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    The fine-tuning of our universe is mind-boggling, and as time passes, evidence for its intricate design continues to grow. Hugh Ross joins Frank Turek on Cross Examined 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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  • Brainless Embryos Suggest Growth through Bioelectricity

    May 2, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    In a recent science experiment, a tadpole embryo’s brain was removed—but the creature was still “alive” and continued to grow even after its brain was gone. This raises the question, “Without a brain, what makes a tadpole grow?” Fazale Rana joins the host of Let’s Talk with Mark Elfstrand to examine this mystery and how it points to Psalm 139’s claim that we are fearfully and wonderfully made.

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  • A Discussion with Hugh Ross

    April 25, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    Hugh Ross joins host Teresa Blaes on Unresolved Life to discuss creation, evolution, the reliability of Scripture, and everything in-between.

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  • Is There Life Out There?

    April 24, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    With the discovery of so many “Earth-like” planets, what is the likelihood of finding life out there? If we do, what impact would that have on Christianity? Could our faith survive such a discovery? Jeff Zweerink joins host Michelle Mendoza on Live from Seattle to discuss the fascinating topic of potential life on other planets.

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  • How to Kick the Screen Habit and Why It’s Important

    April 20, 2018
    By Aaron Kenny

    The truth is, we live in a digital world. Even in many vocations, we spend our days looking at a screen. And if that’s not enough much of our entertainment is “screen-based,” as well. What kind of impact is all this screen time having on our society? Kenneth Samples joins the hosts of Brian and Kathleen Mornings to tell us about the effects of our digital addiction and to give us some tips on how to kick the screen habit.

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