Atheism Is Inconsistent with the Scientific Method, Prize-Winning Physicist Says

In conversation, the 2019 Templeton Prize winner does not pull punches on the limits of science, the value of humility and the irrationality of nonbelief By Lee Billings on March 20, 2019   Marcelo Gleiser, a 60-year-old Brazil-born theoretical physicist at Dartmouth College and prolific science popularizer, has won this year’s Templeton Prize. Valued at … Read more

Where is God?

Where Is God? By Aisha Stacey Now and again human beings are prompted to ask themselves some of life’s truly profound questions. In the quiet darkness of the night, when far off stars twinkle in the vast, majestic sky, or in the cold, hard light of day, when life rushes past like a speeding train, … Read more

The Existence of Almighty God

The Existence of Almighty God By Shahul Hameed Human beings acquire knowledge by the use of the five senses as well as through the mental processes of abstraction and categorization. According to the theory of the famous Swiss psychologist Carl Jung (1), there are four psychological functions of consciousness, namely; sensation, intuition, thinking and feeling. … Read more

Does God Exist?

Does God Exist? By Truth Seeker Staff Losing control of the steering wheel for a second on the highway is enough reason to cause a crisis. Incorrect temperature is enough reason to cause a bomb explosion. The Olympic champions know the value of the moment as the difference between glory and loss. Everything in this … Read more