Interviews

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

Reasons to Believe Podcast
How to acknowledge differences while maintaining Christian unity
by Kenneth Samples Listen
Books that challenge us intellectually can also serve us well
by Kenneth Samples Listen
Reading is part of what it means to be human
by Kenneth Samples Listen
What role do books serve in bringing people to faith?
by Kenneth Samples Listen
Reasoning through the problem of evil during a pandemic
by Kenneth Samples Listen
Early Christian symbols helped define and pass on the faith
by Kenneth Samples Listen
Straight Thinking: An Interview with Stuart McAllister
Is western society in a post truth era?
by Kenneth Samples Listen
Six ways Islam differs and why it matters
by Kenneth Samples Listen
Are there clues to the existence of God?
by Kenneth Samples Listen
Courage and character on display in the movie 1917
by Kenneth Samples Listen
Theological reflections on people's public, private, and secret lives
by Kenneth Samples Listen
What are some best practices for engaging people who disagree with us?
by Kenneth Samples Listen

Interviews
First-Ever Quantum Life Created
What is quantum life? And why is it so significant that scientists have created it for the first time ever? Jeff Zweerink joins host...
by Hugh Ross Listen
Worldviews

“At the heart of Buddhism is mystical experience”. . . but is it too mystical? Can it be objectively tested like the...
by Fazale Rana Listen
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...
by Hugh Ross Listen
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....
by Hugh Ross Listen
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,...
by Hugh Ross Listen
World Mosquito Day
You might be wondering why there would be a World Mosquito Day. Yet on August 20, the world commemorates the anniversary of this strange...
by Hugh Ross Listen
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...
by Hugh Ross Listen
Neil DeGrasse Tyson has expressed that the universe has no purpose. He recently took this thought a step further in saying, “Anyone who expresses...
by Hugh Ross Listen
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...
by Hugh Ross Listen
The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Moon Landing
July 20, 2019, marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, and the words that will forever ring through the corridors of...
by Hugh Ross Listen
The Science of Heaven
What will the new heaven and earth be like? Will the New Jerusalem really be in the shape of a cube? And will there...
by Hugh Ross Listen
Hugh Ross: A Dialogue with a Skeptic
When it comes to the truth of the Christian faith, skeptics pose a myriad of questions on topics ranging from heaven, hell, and the...
by Hugh Ross Listen

RTB Audio
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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.
by Fazale Rana Listen
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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...
by Fazale Rana Listen
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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...
by Fazale Rana Listen
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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...
by Fazale Rana Listen
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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...
by Hugh Ross Listen
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.
by Hugh Ross Listen
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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.
by Fazale Rana Listen
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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.
by Fazale Rana Listen
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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.
by Fazale Rana Listen
Learning to Love the Big Bang
Astronomy
Learning to Love the Big Bang featuring Mark Ritter
by Fazale Rana Listen
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How legitimate is the “hockey stick”? How dramatic is the projected warming compared to the past temperatures? What are the dominant human contributions? How...
by Fazale Rana Listen