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Salvo 26 Supplement

SALVO 26 Science & Faith Supplement
Fall 2013

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Science & Faith
About this Special Issue of Salvo
by Bobby Maddex

The Human Factor
by James M. Kushiner

In the Beginning
Episodes in the Origin & Development of Science
by Michael Keas

Blinded by Science
Believe Science Has All the Answers? Evolutionary Biologist Austin Hughes Says, Open Your Eyes

Beyond Belief (or the Lack Thereof)
Science Philosopher Bradley Monton Looks Past His Atheism to Objectively Assess Intelligent Design

Has Science Shown That We Evolved from Ape-like Creatures?
by Casey Luskin

The Parent Flap
Darwinists Argue That Adam & Eve Have Been Disproven. Molecular Geneticist Ann Gauger Does Not Agree


Also in this issue:

Scientia

Can Science Explain Everything?
by Denyse O'Leary

Does Science Deserve Its Pedestal?
by Kenneth Richard Samples

Is It Real Science If It's Not Peer Reviewed?
by Frank Tipler

What Are the Dangers Posed by the Misuse of Science?
by John G. West

Are Science & Religion at War?
by Cameron Wybrow

What Evils Have Been Perpetrated in the Name of Science?
by Richard Weikart

Doubting Darwin
Philosopher of Science Stephen C. Meyer

Fides

"Faith" No More
It's Time We Did Away with the Notion of Religious Wishful Thinking
by Greg Koukl

Can Science Explain "Origins"?
by Patrick Henry Reardon

What Is the Biblical Understanding of Creation?
by Hugh Ross

What Is the Biblical Case for Adam & Eve?
by J. Warner Wallace

What Is the Biblical View of Miracles?
by Hugh Ross

What Is the Christian View of Natural & Moral Evil?
by William A. Dembski

The (Not So) Great Divide
Why the Tensions Between Science & Faith Are Misunderstood & Overblown
by William A. Dembski & Denyse O'Leary

Does the Universe Have an Origin?
by James D. Sinclair

Is There a Conflict Between Science & Faith over the Origin of Life?
by Jonathan Wells

Can Natural Selection Account for the Origin of Species?
by Paul Nelson

Has Science Shown That We Evolved from Ape-like Creatures?
by Casey Luskin

Can Science Explain Consciousness?
by Denyse O'Leary

Does the Media Report on Science Accurately?
by Casey Luskin

What Have Been Some of the Views of Creation Throughout History?
by Cameron Wybrow

Detecting Design
Forensic Engineer Stephen Batzer



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