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From Dr. Tom Woodward: Did you know that the “Death of God” philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche declared a principle that, if followed carefully, could have undermined his atheism? In his book “Will to Power” we see: “A very popular error: having the courage of one's convictions; rather it is a matter of having the courage for an attack on one's convictions.” His point: make sure you have “attacked”…

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Did you know that “chaos” or “molecular disorder,” pictured here and in any messy room, is a foundation stone of modern science, and a major God-clue? It’s called “entropy” and is the cornerstone of the chemistry that our bodies operate on to keep us alive. Astrophysicist Hugh Ross adds: “Entropy measures the amount of decay or disorganization in a system as the system moves continually from order…

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From Dr. Tom Woodward: Power-keys! In our finale on the genius-apologist Pascal, perhaps we didn’t know that he stressed many keys to Christianity’s truth, such as… Power-prophecies of Christ, like Zechariah 12:10: “They will look upon me whom they have pierced, and will mourn for him….”   The Jews’ survival, yet without their worship system, as prophesied. Our “wretched” human state, which we…

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From Dr. Tom Woodward:Pascal, the French genius who invented adding machines, pioneered calculus, proved the existence of a vacuum, and helped poor people in Paris by creating something called a “bus”, was also the first great modern Christian apologist? “Pensees” (“paw-say”) is his ultra-rich buffet of 993 notes for his planned book he never wrote. Savor these: The Apostles were either deceived…

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Did you know that the brilliant French scientist and mathematician, Blaise Pascal, had a jolting conversion in 1654, and soon began writing out a defense of Christ-faith for skeptics? In his collection of notes for the book he intended to write, published under the name “Pensees,” we see gems like this one: “The hypothesis that the Apostles were knaves is quite absurd. Follow it out to the end, and…

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From Dr. Tom Woodward:  Did you know that C. S. Lewis says that, as an atheist teacher at Oxford, he was drawn into a chess match with God, who steadily maneuvered him into “checkmate”? Lewis reveals this in his autobiography “Surprised by Joy,” and God’s chess game has a bizarre turning point for Lewis’s atheism in the chapter “Checkmate.” Here’s the shock: God used another atheist teacher at Oxford…

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Did you know that our planet is: 1. Crafted for life to flourish, 2. Ideally positioned in the Milky Way to observe the universe, and 3. Fine-tuned for space travel! This third shocking discovery was recently published by the same astronomer, Guillermo Gonzalez, who brought out points one and two (and many other aspects of the fine-tuned cosmos) in the book and film titled “The Privileged Planet.” From…

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From Dr. Tom Woodward: Did you know that a new 20-minute digital documentary, “The Information Enigma,” unlocks the mystery of the origin and destiny of the universe? Through its dazzling visuals and interviews with top scientists, it shows that the ultimate source of the natural wonders of our world is found to be digital code... a kind of stubbornly specified complexity that experts compare to computer…

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From Dr. Tom Woodward: Did you know that a fascinating parallel can be drawn between the Narnia adventure by C. S. Lewis, “The Silver Chair,” and the current debate over origins as it intersects with the worldview of materialism. Enjoy this spectacular parallel drawn by author Jonathan Witt in an article by Evolution News. Be sure to read Lewis’s amazing book if you have not had a chance yet! https://zcu.io/yi1T

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Did you know that George Floyd left an incredible legacy of preaching the Gospel in Houston? The tragic loss of George Floyd has dominated the news cycle for the last week, but rarely is his eternal impact on public housing projects in Houston mentioned. Read the article in the link below to see a new side to this tragic loss. https://zcu.io/hHIs

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