Some of us think mathematics is the best argument for God available.
If this is the kind of thing you need in your life.
Via Wintery Knight who helpfully provides notes on this 2017 debate in Ireland.
He found fine-tuning of the universe a reasonable argument against his position. In the meantime, new atheism has become the godlessness that failed.
D’Souza: Here I refute Stephen Jay Gould’s argument that the pattern of evolution reveals no purpose or direction.
An “anti-God” stance is, in some ways, more complex and less satisfactory than a conventional “pro-God” stance.
Even if you don’t believe in God, can you at least believe that 2+2=4? That puts you on one side of a growing cultural divide.
Hilditch: It turns out that religiosity is usually determined very early in life. All the data suggest that, by and large, kids brought up in religious households stay religious and kids who aren’t, don’t.
Among the many questions addressed are: … – Do insects suffer?
– How should humans respond to the world of insects?
Readers, is this fair? If so, can he also do Daniel Dennett?
Blurb: Against the Tide is a travelogue, an examination of modern science, an excursion into history, an autobiography, and more. But at heart, it is the story of one man’s daring stand against the tide of contemporary atheism and its drive to relegate belief in God to society’s catalogue of dead ideas.
BioLogos: Drawing on information and insights from the history and philosophy of science, Dr. Davis will argue that Christian faith actually complements the picture of the world coming from the sciences, helping us to achieve a deeper understanding of both the way the world is and how we should go about understanding it…
Lennox: When I did that first debate with Richard Dawkins, there was a huge concern that I’m stepping out into the arena, into the lion’s den…
Researchers: “”Individuals who can unconsciously predict complex patterns, an ability called implicit pattern learning, are likely to hold stronger beliefs that there is a god who creates patterns of events in the universe, according to neuroscientists at Georgetown University.”
[With respect to mystical experiences,] Most traditional theists would say that we are not talking about what Dr. O’Hara seems to think we are talking about.