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Science And The God Question (DVD)$12.99Add to cart
Many Christians maintain that their faith has – in addition to spiritual and moral power – an intellectual power that is not at war with authentic scientific inquiry. Still, among the places where Christianity and culture intersect, the science-religion debate is unquestionably a “dangerous intersection. “
A war is taking place. But is it a war between science and Christianity or has science become a weapon in a larger cultural battle?
Through interviews at the University of Oxford and in Birmingham, Alabama, two of the best minds of science and theology provide unique insights on how this debate applies to every Christian and why it has profound influence at every level of society.
Case For A Creator (DVD)$14.99Add to cart
Strobel, whose apologetics titles The Case for Christ and The Case for Faith have enjoyed strong popularity among evangelicals, approaches creation/evolution issues in the same simple and energetic style. The format will be familiar to readers of previous Case books: Strobel visits with scholars and researchers and works each interview into a topical outline. Although Strobel does not interview any “hostile” witnesses, he exposes readers to the work of some major origins researchers (including Jonathan Wells, Stephen Meyer and Michael Behe) and theistic philosophers (including William Lane Craig and J. P. Moreland). Strobel claims no expertise in science or metaphysics, but as an interviewer he makes this an asset, prodding his sources to translate jargon and provide illustrations for their arguments. At times, the interview format loses momentum as seams begin to show between interview recordings, rewrites, research notes and details imported from his subjects’ CVs (here, Strobel’s efforts at buffing his subjects’ smart-guy credentials can become a little too intense). The most curious feature of the book-not uncommon in the origins literature but unusual in a work of Christian apologetics-is that biblical narratives and images of creation, and the significance of creation for Christian theology, receive such brief mention. Still, this solid introduction to the most important topics in origins debates is highly accessible and packs a good argumentative punch.