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Faith and Science

Questions Covered:

  • 11:51 - I believe science used to be a study in philosophy. 
  • 18:45 - I had a conversation on science and religion and realized that even the most complex equations are still less than God. 
  • 22:12 - If the universe operates on quantum mechanics and has no beginning or end, how do we reconcile this with the Christian understanding of creation? 
  • 28:41 - Are you familiar with Graham Hancock’s Ancient Apocalypse? What are your thoughts on that? 
  • 33:00 - Where do you stand on the idea of God implementing evolution to develop creation? 
  • 35:53 - How do we come to the understanding of the incarnation if there was no way he would have been provided with a Y chromosome? 
  • 41:08 - How could God be good if he can create us with dangerous things like gamma radiation everywhere that can kill us simply by being in its presence? 
  • 48:33 - Wouldn’t the story of the loaves and fishes suspend the laws of physics? 
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