Tag Archive: Lawrence Krauss

God speaks

This is Part 6 of my personal reflection series My quest – 30 years and counting. You can read my introduction here. God is in the business of saving souls. He doesn’t want any to perish,… Continue reading

Philosophy rocks

  I phind philosophy phascinating. (Sorry…I couldn’t help myself.) A phield, er…field of study that enables one to acquire and apprehend great and timeless truths from the comfort of one’s recliner. Just by… Continue reading

The crime of unbelief

A courtroom scene. On the bench is the supreme Judge of the land. His seat is as a throne, high and lifted up, and his robe seems to fill all of space1. In… Continue reading

Atheism can do better

Is it “intellectually lazy” to believe in God? Is religious faith in essence a “cop-out”, a means to avoid the hard work of investigation? That’s the claim of atheist and theoretical physicist Lawrence… Continue reading

You’ll never believe….

…how this prominent atheist physicist shot himself in the foot! Click here to see! The tease to a shocking/heartwarming/tear-jerking story seems to be the way to go these days. Did it work? Actually,… Continue reading