Mere Creation, Engaging the Scientific Skeptic | Melissa Cain Travis

Melissa Cain Travis, author of Science and the Mind of the Maker, Third keynote address at the Inaugural Women in Apologetics Annual Conference on January 20, 2018.

Christianity and the Tooth Fairy | Interview – Daniel Lowenstein & John Lennox

Children believe in the tooth fairy until their reasoning capabilities mature and they recognize this belief is neither grounded nor relevant. Does belief in Jesus Christ require a similar suspension of logic? Can Christianity be proven to be true? UCLA law professor Daniel Lowenstein interviews Oxford mathematician John Lennox with honest questions about Christianity and the grounds for faith. This will be followed by audience Q&A. Veritas Forum 2011.

Same Evidence, Different Conclusions: Is “Objective Belief” an Oxymoron? | John Lennox

John Lennox, University of Southern California 2011, questions Objective Belief.

Am I Just My Brain: Can neurons explain belief in God? | Sharon Dirckx

Dr Sharon Dirckx delivered this livestream as part of RZIM’s Why Series event in London. Sharon is a Senior Tutor at the Oxford Centre of Christian Apologetics and has a PhD in Brain Imaging. In her latest book, Am I Just My Brain?, Sharon lays out the current understanding of who we are from the perspective of biologists, philosophers, theologians and psychologists. RZIM