Interviews

Listen to RTB scholars speak into current topics and news relating to science, reason, and the Christian faith.

Reasons to Believe Podcast
Do Viruses Point to Design? Philosophy of Existentialism Listen on PodBean
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Is the new atheism on the decline? Listen on PodBean
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Were the Biblical Authors Possessed? Redundancy in Human Physiology? Listen on PodBean
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What are some ways fathers are critical? Listen on PodBean
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Salvation in Christianity and Islam Did Genesis Borrow from Ancient Myths? Listen on PodBean
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How do fathers affect our view of God? Listen on PodBean
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Kenneth Keathley traces intellectual history from premodernism to postmodernism Listen on PodBean
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The Image of God and Disabilities Phosphine in Venus's Atmosphere Listen on PodBean
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Theologian Kenneth Keathley discusses the historical relationship between Scripture and tradition Listen on PodBean
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How Cave Art Points to God Is There Conflict between Science and Christianity? Listen on PodBean
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There are many benefits to reading well as a way of life
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Learning from the ancients on how to read as a way of life
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Interviews
Evolution
Well-known radio personality Steve Brown kicks off a conversation about Thinking about Evolution with this statement: “When I pick up this book, I’m looking...
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People
Many have heard of Jonathan Edwards’s iconic sermon “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God,” but who was Jonathan Edwards? And what were...
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Astronomy
More and more often, we hear of the claims about the significance of celestial events such as lunar eclipses, “blood moons,” and “ring of...
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Biology
Many are concerned about the COVID vaccine. Is it safe? How was it developed so quickly? What are the side effects? It’s important that...
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People
St. Bonaventure was one of the great thinkers of the Middle Ages, but what exactly did he believe, and what did he contribute to...
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Contemplative Artificial Intelligence?
Why can we think about the universe when the universe can’t think about us? It’s this very ability to contemplate things outside of us...
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A God Unconstrained
Every day we move through life, constrained by dimensions of height, width, depth, and time. So much so that we barely notice these constraints....
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How a Hide-and-Seek Game with Rats Affirms Biblical Creation
Ten lab rats were taught to play hide-and-seek with a human—learning to both to hide and seek. While most experiments reward rats with food,...
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Ken Ham and Jeff Zweerink: Do we live on a young or old earth?
Unbelievable? host Justin Brierley moderates an energetic and thought-provoking debate between founder of Answers in Genesis Ken Ham and astrophysicist and Christian apologist Jeff...
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Neil DeGrasse Tyson has expressed that the universe has no purpose. He recently took this thought a step further in saying, “Anyone who expresses...
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Are We Alone?
There is nothing quite as tantalizing as the thought of UFOs, aliens, and government secrets surrounding extraterrestrials. The world’s captivation with the possibility of...
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Melding Technology and Humanity: How Far Is Too Far?”
Unprecedented breakthroughs in bioscience are leading humans down new paths, including the possibility of transforming the human state. No longer just a beacon of...
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The Scientist And The Storyteller - Part 1 Jeff (the Astrophysicist) and Mike (the Hollywood Producer) explain what they know about each other’s professions. Then...
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Education
RTB's Dean of Online Learning, Krista Bontrager, talks to Dr. Jeff Zweerink about ideas for future career options in science.
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Geology & Earth
Download Outline and Key Points PDF (180 KB) by Pat McGuire, Steve Keyes, and Jim Chatham Presentation Personal testimony Issues in geology Greenland ice cores Limestone deposits Chalk reservoirs Radioisotope dating Polystrate...
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Education
Krista Bontrager, Dean of Online Instruction, interviews homeschool dad, Rusty Lopez, and his daughter, Autumn, about some of their family's strategies for discipling the...
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Education
Krista Bontrager, Dean of Online Instruction, interviews Dr. Hugh Ross about his strategies for educators to keep kids with a high interest in math...
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This debate between Dr. Hugh Ross and British atheist Lewis Wolpert took place at Imperial College in May 2012. This version was aired on...
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Future Careers in Science and Faith part 3
Education
RTB's Dean of Online Learning, Krista Bontrager, talks to former Visiting Scholar Dr. Patricia Fanning about ideas for future career options in science.
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Education
RTB's Dean of Online Learning, Krista Bontrager, talks to Dr. Dave Rogstad about ideas for future career options in science.
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Education
RTB's Dean of Online Learning, Krista Bontrager, talks to Dr. Hugh Ross about ideas for future career options in science.
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Education
RTB's Dean of Online Learning, Krista Bontrager, talks to Dr. Fuz Rana about ideas for future career options in science.
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Learning to Love the Big Bang
Astronomy
Learning to Love the Big Bang featuring Mark Ritter
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