Thursday, November 09, 2006

Philosophy, Science, and Christianity (Index Page for Dave Armstrong)

St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274)

http://www.biblechristiansociety.com





PHILOSOPHY

General












The Problem of Evil / Suffering

















Education






THEISTIC ARGUMENTS

The Cosmological Argument (Big Bang, Etc.)

The Atheist's Boundless Faith in Deo-Atomism ("The Atom-as-God")




The Teleological Argument (Design)



 
Dialogue on Materialist Evolutionary Theory and Intelligent Design (including St. Augustine's and St. Thomas Aquinas' Views on Creation and Evolution) (vs. five agnostics)





The Ontological Argument






Anonymous portrait of Copernicus

SCIENCE

Galileo








 Science and Christianity: Close Partners or Mortal Enemies?
 [contains many hundreds of technical links explaining matters of science and providing biographical information, in both the PDF and ePub versions]


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Early Modern Science and Its Relationship to Religion


 




Early Protestant Hostility Towards Science

Christianity's Central Role in the Conception and Development of Modern Science

Christian Influence on Science: Master List of Scores of Bibliographical and Internet Resources

Fertile Soil and Roots of Modern Science: 33 Prominent Christians Prior to 1000 A. D. With Empiricist, Proto-Scientific Views



Philosophy of Science / Scientific Method


 



Bible, Christianity, and Science Issues




Is God in Time? (vs. John W. Loftus)









Modern Biology and Original Sin (+ Part 2) (Edward Feser)

Time to Abandon the Genesis Story? (Dr. Dennis Bonnette, Homiletic and Pastoral Review, 10 July 2014)



The Kooky Fundamentalist Revival of Geocentrism



Response (in Words and Actions) to the Vehement Criticisms of Geocentrists "johnmartin" and "juscot"







Miracles





Biblical and Historical Evidences for Raising the Dead (Contra Lutheran Josh Strodtbeck)

James White Readily Grants Possible Legitimacy to the Flimsiest "Evidence" That Padre Pio Faked His Stigmata


[For related reading, see: Atheism, Agnosticism, and Secularism Page]



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