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Is the glass half empty or half full? Don’t ask a scientist.

If a scientist were faced with such a question he or she would begin taking accurate measurements of the water in the glass. If these measurements determined that the water line was exactly in the middle of the glass and … Continue reading

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Science Does Not Know How To Explain “You.”

Science can explain you and me from a biological point of view but it does not know what to make of first-person, phenomenal experience. In other words, that which is most intimately real and present to us – our consciousness … Continue reading

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The Sufficiency Thesis?

In my debates with scientists and atheists over the existence of God, I often challenge their materialistic ideologies with their irrational view that the Big Bang beginning emerged out of nothingness, plus reminding them that there is no acceptable theory … Continue reading

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