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It’s unsettling times like these that nudge us to consider what matters most. Life, death, purpose, faith. One conversation that’s especially relevant to this generation involves the perceived tension between science and faith.
- Can science and faith really mix, or do we have to choose just one?
- Does Christianity have a reasonable foundation, or is it simply a wishful leap in the dark?
- Should we ignore science and cling to faith, or ignore faith and cling to science?
Here to broaden our perspectives at The Messy Table is astronomer, astrophysicist, and the founder/president of Reasons to Believe, Dr. Hugh Ross. If you’ve ever felt pushed into a corner—to choose science OR faith—this episode is for you. Join us!
CONVERSATION NOTES + ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
Reasons to Believe: Home | Dr. Hugh Ross | Fine-Tuning | Today’s New Reason to Believe
Dr. Ross’ Books: The Creator and the Cosmos | A Matter of Days | Improbable Planet
Navigating Genesis | Who Was Adam? | Always Be Ready | Beyond the Cosmos
“But set Christ apart as Lord in your hearts and always be ready to give an answer to anyone who asks about the hope you possess. Yet do it with courtesy and respect, keeping a good conscience…” 1 Peter 3:15-16
Other Resources: Life.Church | FREE YouVersion Bible App | FREE Bible App for Kids
Indescribable and How Great is Our God [Devotions for Kids About God and Science] by Louie Giglio
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