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We Don’t Have to Prove God Exists

Why declaring we can "prove" God exists can actually hurt our witness. Read More

How Not to Debate an Atheist

5 arguments to avoid when discussing religion with an atheist. Read More

A new Associated Press-GfK poll has found that when it comes to ideas about science that can be perceived as a conflict to religious or political values, Americans remain unsure. Though only a very small percentage doubts that smoking can cause cancer or have skepticism about the concept of genetic code, ideas like the age of the earth, the origins of the universe and man-made global warming remain contentious.

About 4 in 10 say they are not too confident or outright disbelieve that the earth is warming, mostly a result of man-made heat-trapping gases, that the Earth is 4.5 billion years old or that life on Earth evolved through a process of natural selection, though most were at least somewhat confident in each of those concepts. But a narrow majority—51 percent—questions the Big Bang theory.

Researchers believe that in addition to a variety of political and religious beliefs held by many Americans, big concepts that people don’t regularly encounter (unlike cancer or illness) can often lean them toward skepticism ... Discuss

Life 201 is a weekly advice column headed by pastor, counselor and RELEVANT Podcast member Eddie Kaufholz. Eddie answers questions and gives advice on issues you want to hear about. Email your questions to Life201@RELEVANTmagazine.com.] Read More

9 Groundbreaking Scientists Who Happened to Be Christians

For all the thinking these people have done, they've never thought of the Bible as being at odds with science. Read More

Here's our Q+A with To Write Love on Her Arms founder Jamie Tworkowski. Click here to watch the whole conversation, and stay tuned for other upcoming video Q+A's ... Discuss