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Why should we question the argument that science is highly successful?
Rik Peels Philosophy › ... › Epistemology 00:00:00 81 24 May 2016
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To what extent can science-based beliefs always be tested?
Rik Peels Philosophy › ... › Epistemology 00:00:00 46 24 May 2016
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How do common sense-based beliefs compare to science-based beliefs?
Rik Peels Philosophy › ... › Epistemology 00:00:00 69 24 May 2016
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How can the concept of pain be used to explain the Gospel?
Peter Imming ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 558 23 May 2016
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Science-Based Attacks: What Believers Need to Know to Respond
Richard Carhart ScienceScientific Apologetics 00:00:00 1,385 28 May 2014
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How can Christians approach challenging new discoveries on human origins?
Sigrid Hartwig-... ScienceChristianity and Science 00:02:28 1,294 26 May 2014
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Are Stephen Hawking's arguments against God sophisticated?
Peter S. Williams ScienceScientific Apologetics 00:02:39 1,728 28 May 2013
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How does Stephen Hawking respond to the "First Cause" argument for God?
Peter S. Williams ScienceScientific Apologetics 00:01:14 1,567 28 May 2013
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What are the major points of the Kalām cosmological argument?
Peter S. Williams ScienceScientific Apologetics 00:02:54 1,763 28 May 2013
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What is the "First Cause" argument for the existence of God?
Peter S. Williams ScienceScientific Apologetics 00:03:35 1,430 28 May 2013

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