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“Return of the God Hypothesis”: A conversation with Dr. Stephen Meyer

August 7, 2023 -

In "Chasing Proof, Finding Faith," Dr. Tom Rudelius chronicles his conversion to Christianity while still wrestling with doubt.

In "Chasing Proof, Finding Faith," Dr. Tom Rudelius chronicles his conversion to Christianity while still wrestling with doubt.

In "Chasing Proof, Finding Faith," Dr. Tom Rudelius chronicles his conversion to Christianity while still wrestling with doubt.

What does science tell us about God?

Dr. Stephen Meyer is a renowned philosopher of science and the author of Return of the God Hypothesis. He joins The Denison Forum Podcast to discuss his latest book and insights on how scientific discoveries point to the reality of God as the creator of all things. From the Big Bang theory to the intricate code of DNA, Dr. Meyer presents a compelling case for the compatibility of faith and science.

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About Stephen Meyer 

Stephen C. Meyer received his Ph.D. in the philosophy of science from the University of Cambridge. A former geophysicist and college professor, he now directs Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture in Seattle. He is the author of multiple books including his latest release, Return of the God Hypothesis. Meyer has been published in many national newspapers like The Wall Street Journal and has been featured on national television and radio shows such as The Jim Lehrer News Hour, NBC Nightly News, and more.

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About Dr. Mark Turman

Dr. Mark Turman is the Executive Director of Denison Forum and Vice President of Denison Ministries. Among his many duties, Turman is most notably the host of The Denison Forum Podcast. He is also the chief strategist for DF Pastors, which equips pastors and church leaders to understand and transform today’s culture.

About Denison Forum

Denison Forum exists to thoughtfully engage the issues of the day from a biblical perspective through The Daily Article email newsletter and podcast, The Denison Forum Podcast, as well as many books and additional resources.

 

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