Barbie is everywhere thanks to Greta Gerwig’s recent blockbuster movie about the (in)famous doll. Some say it is anti-man propaganda that went too far while others say it didn’t go far enough! Abdu and Derek discuss these reactions and some surprising ways in which Barbie actually affirms the Bible, while also being confronted by it.
We will be joined LIVE by astrophysicist and founder of ‘Reasons to Believe’, Dr. Hugh Ross, to answer your questions about science, faith, and the Bible. Recently, Dr. Ross appeared on Abdu’s podcast, All Rise, to discuss claims made by popular astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson about the Bible’s alleged scientific errors.
All Rise: Expert Witness Hugh Ross Debunks Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Claim that the Bible Contains Junk Science
Astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson claimed that if all you had was the Bible, you would gain a false view of the universe. However, fellow astrophysicist and our expert witness, Dr. Hugh Ross, explains to us that if Dr. Tyson had applied his own scientific method to the Bible, he would have found a library […]
In this live episode, Abdu answers questions and objections related to his All Rise episode “Objection, Richard Dawkins! Asked and Answered!” He also answers questions on the offensiveness of Christianity, gives some tips on witnessing to Muslims, and much more!
Who made God? This is a question that has been asked many, many times. It has also been answered just as many times, if not more! Why won’t this question go away? Abdu offers a response to the question, Who Made God, while also addressing the tactics of those who continue to ask the same […]
In the previous episode, medical physicist Scott Symington described his paradigm for understanding the relationship between Christianity and science, which he called STOMA, or symbiotic trending overlapping magisteria. In this episode, Abdu and Scott discuss certain controversial topics in the conversation between religion and science and apply Scott’s STOMA paradigm to them in order to […]
Abdu is joined by medical physicist Scott Symington to discuss the relationship between religion and science. Do they intersect or overlap, or are they part of what Stephen Jay Gould called non-overlapping magisteria (NOMA)? Symington proposes an alternative paradigm, STOMA, that holds the potential for mutual benefit between science and, in particular, Christianity.
Abdu will apply the principles discussed in Part 1 to matters of faith, particularly the credibility of the New Testament and the creation account in Genesis.