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July, 2011  // Posts published in July, 2011

18 Jul Posted by in Eps/Transcripts | Comments

Episode 05: Semantics of Science

Episode 05: Semantics of Science

Discovering Religion: Episode 5 – Semantics of Science Before we explore the evidence of evolution there are several terms that need clarification to aid our better understanding of how science must be correctly perceived and practiced. We continually hear of the “theory” of evolution; however, many of those who have not studied science often have […]

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18 Jul Posted by in Eps/Transcripts | 1 comment

Episode 04: The Flood (Part 2)

Episode 04: The Flood (Part 2)

Discovering Religion: Ep 04 – The Flood (Part 2) Pangaea and Plate Tectonics: In addition to the great wealth of fossil evidence used to explain the Earth’s turbulent history, geological evidence provides a similar account. The study of geology has revealed the Earth once contained several variations of a giant super-continent, the most famous of […]

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18 Jul Posted by in Eps/Transcripts | Comments

Episode 4: The Flood (Part 1)

Episode 4: The Flood (Part 1)

Discovering Religion: Episode 4 – The Flood (Part 1) In the previous episode we discovered creationists believe the purpose of Christ is rooted in original sin; therefore, no animals could have died before the Fall and humans predate the earliest fossils. However, these views do not excuse the natural evidence scattered throughout the planet. Carbon […]

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18 Jul Posted by in Eps/Transcripts | Comments

Episode 03: Purpose of Christ

Episode 03: Purpose of Christ

Discovering Religion: Episode 3 – Purpose of Christ According to the New Testament, a little over 2,000 years ago God, the Creator of the Universe and all life within, looked upon the Earth and decided it was time to redeem Adam’s original sin by reincarnating himself as a human, suffering an agonizing death upon a […]

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18 Jul Posted by in Eps/Transcripts | Comments

Episode 02: Young Earth

Episode 02: Young Earth

Discovering Religion: Episode 2 – Young Earth “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free…” This once proud motto embodied America’s unique role as the melting pot of the world, a beacon of hope and prosperity that allowed anyone, without restriction to culture, race or religion, to enter a land […]

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18 Jul Posted by in Eps/Transcripts | 2 comments

Episode 01: Read-Made World

Episode 01: Read-Made World

Discovering Religion: Episode 1 – Ready-Made World There is great beauty in the Universe. From luminous nebulae serving as the interstellar nurseries of the cosmos, to the spectacular remnants of supernovas signifying their violent demise, the life and death of stars are played out on a stage of immense space and time. The heavens are […]

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18 Jul Posted by in In Progress | Comments

Faith 03

Faith 03

Faith Ep 03 – Belief: The God Emotion Using a mobile device? Click here for the audio. The question of God’s existence is so controversial because, for many people, this is an extremely emotional topic. The typical believer often claims to have a close, personal relationship with God, which has been cultivated through strong emotional experiences […]

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18 Jul Posted by in In Progress | Comments

Faith 02

Faith 02

Faith 02 – Complexity: Watches, Snowflakes, and the Finely-Tuned Universe Using a mobile device? Click here for the audio. Say one afternoon you decide to take a walk through a forest when something catches your eye. Upon further investigation you discover a beautiful pocket watch hiding among the leaves. Would you believe a watch that displays […]

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18 Jul Posted by in In Progress | 1 comment

Faith 01

Faith 01

Faith 01: – Introduction: Afraid of the Dark Using a mobile device? Click here for the audio. It is a part of our human nature to make sense of the mysterious, even if the only explanation that can be offered is not based on observable evidence. Before man left the African continent an array of natural […]

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