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Michael W. Tkacz
Creation or evolution? The longstanding debate heats up as more people subscribe to intelligent design theory. Many Christians, anxious to...
Patrick C. Beeman
"Religion . . . comprises a series of wistful illusions," wrote Freud a century ago. Today many people subscribe to a similar view, one that...
Mark P. Shea
Modern science tells us that we are a tiny planet in a tiny solar system in a tiny corner of the universe. It’s ridiculous and egocentric to...
Mark P. Shea
Evangelicals fear that Catholics give Mary too much credit for her "yes" to God. Materialists think Catholics' belief in a creator makes them...
Robin Bernhoft M.D.
For many scientists today, Darwinism has become a pseudo-religion, one that denies that God played a role in the creation of human beings. Didn...
Karl Keating
Today’s Catholic advocates of a young earth think that an old earth implies evolution and that a young earth implies no evolution—or at least...
Jack Taylor
The ideology of evolution is in trouble. No one seems able to figure out how it is supposed to have worked. A truly scientific approach to the...
Kenneth Howell
Science and faith are not opposed to one another. Each has its proper sphere, as shown in Augustine's five commentaries on Genesis.
Karl Keating
Stephen Jay Gould, popularizer of evolution, analyzes John Paul II's statement on the subject and is elated by what he reads -- but he entirely...
Matt Fradd
Dissolving the apparent conflict between the theory of evolution, the existence of God, and the accounts of creation in the book of Genesis.