Can a study of science lead us to a fuller understanding of God? In Seeing the Son on the Way to the Moon, W. Merlin Merritt recounts his experiences during the early NASA space program. He describes his struggle to integrate faith and science and ultimately concludes that technology can point us to the grandeur of God’s universe. The immensity and wonders of the cosmos point not only to an intelligent creator God but also to One who is actively involved in the universe.
Dr. Leslie Wickman, a scientist and former astronaut who once served as a Hubble Space Telescope engineer, fervently believes that the ongoing debate over the perceived incompatibility of science and religion is merely “an illusion of conflict.”
A new report from the Pew Research Center showing a substantial decline in the proportion of self-identified American Christians and a modest rise in atheist and agnostic citizens has yielded a wide array of reactions from both believers and nonbelievers, alike.
Veritas Forums are events that engage students and faculty in discussions about life’s hardest questions and the modern relevance of Jesus Christ.
As an atheist Dr. Holly Ordway had always felt like she wasn’t quite “God’s type” — that is, until she says she began deeply questioning the ins and outs of the Christian faith. Read more about her story here.