Two Seventh-day Adventist, Christian biologists discuss the intersection of science and faith.
Classroom Conversations: Rethinking Evolution
In this fourth episode of the “Classroom Conversations” series, Aaron and two student co-hosts, Chase Czaykowsky and Elaina Bergondo, discuss the theory of biological evolution. They discuss whether Christians should accept it, reject it, or relate to it in some other way.
Classroom Conversations: The Big Bang
In this third episode of the “Classroom Conversations” series, Aaron and two student co-hosts, Kyler Morrison and Efileni Perez-Ortiz, discuss the origin of the universe. They discuss what the Big Bang theory is and whether it is compatible with a Biblical view of origins.
Classroom Conversations: Integrating Science and Faith
In this second installment of the “Classroom Conversations” series, Aaron and two student co-hosts, Devin Vaudreuil and Micah McFarlane, discuss how to relate science and Christian faith. They talk about the tension that is often perceived between the two and address the difficult issue of how to explain the complex structures possessed by some living things that look designed for predation and parasitism.
Classroom Conversations: Worldview and Human Limitations
In this first installment of the new “Classroom Conversations” series, Aaron discusses two topics with the students in his class on science and faith at Southern Adventist University. One is worldviews and the other is the limitations humans have in interpreting reality correctly.
Digging Deeper: Creation, Evolution, and Intelligent Design
In this episode David, Aaron, and Pastor Geoff Starr discuss how the origins debate is much larger than just Creation vs. Evolution. They survey at a number of different viewpoints including young earth creationism, old-earth creationism, theistic evolution, materialistic evolution, and several others. They also talk about how the idea of Intelligent Design fits into this diversity of views.
Anti-science? How not to respond.
In this episode Aaron and David react to an article published in the Adventist Review by Clifford Goldstein in which he responds to a charge that he is anti-science. They talk about what it means to be anti-science and the useful and not-so-useful ways Goldstein responds to that charge.
Really excited to have this podcast. Excited for great topics in the future!
Keep ‘em coming guys
Two smart dudes take us through faith and science while keeping it real~