Why Is Jesus the Only Way to God?

People are constantly asking, “What’s so special about Jesus? Why is He the only way that someone can know God?”

Faith and Reason

by Keith Mathison

The Most Valuable Aim of Apologetics

by R.C. Sproul

Do We Make Our Own Meaning in Life?

Too often we write people off, assuming that the gospel could never appeal to them simply on account of their sexuality, or their education, or their history, or their temperament.

In Intellectual Neutral

by William Lane Craig

The Intelligent Design Movement

WILLIAM A. DEMBSKI MARCH 1, 1998 According to Darwinism, undirected natural causes are solely responsible for the origin and development of life. In particular, Darwinism rules out the possibility of God or any guiding intelligence playing a role in life’s origin and development. Within western culture Darwinism’s ascent has been truly meteoric. And yet throughout its ascent there have always been…

More Excuses for Cambrian Non-Evolution September 20, 2018 This collection of news, with more tomorrow, about the Cambrian explosion provides a taste of how evolutionists are dealing with Darwin’s doubt these days. It goes without saying that they are still completely ignoring the critique of Darwinian explanations coming from the intelligent design community. Instead, they keep looking for mindless natural processes…

Yes, Intelligent Design Is Detectable by Science

Stephen Meyer April 26, 2018   Before Darwin, biologists attributed the beauty, integrated complexity, and adaptation of organisms to their environments to a powerful designing intelligence. Consequently, they also thought the study of life rendered the activity of a designing intelligence detectable in the natural world. Yet Darwin argued that this appearance of design could be more simply explained…

Best of Behe: Blind Evolution or Intelligent Design? An Address at the American Museum of Natural History

Michael Behe December 16, 2018 In celebration of the 20th anniversary of biochemist Michael Behe’s pathbreaking book Darwin’s Black Box and the release of the new documentary Revolutionary: Michael Behe and the Mystery of Molecular Machines, we have highlighted some of Dr. Behe’s “greatest hits.” The following is a talk delivered at the American Museum of Natural History on April 23, 2002. Behe spoke…

Tom Woodward and "DNA & Beyond"

For the evolution debate, the importance of the epigenome — with its crucial role in gene expression — is that it lies beyond the reach of the random genetic variation that supplies the raw material for natural selection to “select.” But in concrete terms, understanding what that means is tough. Here’s a clever solution. As we mentioned earlier today, our friend Dr. Tom Woodward has just launched…