• 00:46

    The Danger Of Not Knowing Contradiction

    in Religion

    A contradiction means (1) disagreement, (2) opposition (3) denial (4) inconsistancy (5) discrepancy (6) Something that contains contradictory elements (7) A statement that contradicts.
    Do you know situations that contradict truth, and what to do with it?

  • 00:43

    iQuest Episode 49 - "Evidences From Genes and Genesis"

    in Atheism

    Join iQuest tonight as we discuss evolution, atheism, creationism, and the Bible with Dr. Mike Houts. 
    Dr. Houts holds B.S. degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Nuclear Engineering from the University of Florida, as well as a Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has served as Deputy Group Leader for a 70-person Nuclear Design and Risk Analysis Group at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, and also served as chairman of the 15th, 16th, 17th, and 25th Symposiums on Space Nuclear Power and Propulsion. In addition to his duties with Apologetics Press, he presently serves as Nuclear Research Manager at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center where he provides guidance and technical advice on research and development related to the design, development, and utilization of space nuclear power and propulsion systems. He has been the lead author of more than two dozen technical papers related to space nuclear power and propulsion, as well as additional papers related to Accelerator Transmutation of Waste, Plutonium Disposition, and other topics. He has co-authored over 100 technical papers and has received numerous distinguished performance awards.  He and his wife have two children, and worship at the Madison Church of Christ in Madison, AL.  Dr. Houts presents lectures across the globe on the topic of creation and the evolution theory as he applies logic and reasoning to bring light upon the inconsistancy of the evolution conclusion.

  • 01:00

    eGADs minus our G

    in Fun

    We're trying to work out our new schedule, and find a day and time that works well for us. We're sorry for the inconsistancy here. :(

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