In a recent webchat about Stephen Hawking's new book The Grand Design, noted biologist and atheist Richard Dawkins offered the following commentary on the physicist's findings: "Darwin kicked [God] out of biology, but physics remained more uncertain. Hawking is now administering the coup de grace."It seems that, to Dawkins at least, science is an enterprise inherently hostile to religious faith. But is it? The answer depends entirely upon how one defines those terms. Does “science” entail naturalistic materialism? Is “faith” merely religious wishful thinking?
Listen as Greg reveals how a philosophical commitment to naturalism stifles the search for truth, and that rather than being hostile to science, biblical Christianity is the seedbed that gave modern science its start.
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