If you rely only on your senses, you're missing 99.99999999999999 per cent of reality!
Just because a climate doesn’t kill life, does that mean it's capable of creating life?
Which truths are trivial? And which truths can transform our entire understanding of reality?
How smart are nature's laws? And how did they get so brilliant?
What scientific discoveries made a life-long atheist change his mind?
A dead ear does some awesome things. What else happens when it becomes alive?
How did God "connect" with humans, to guide them what to write in the Bible?
What privilege is reserved for a being with a brain?
Should a professor speak his mind in class? What limits should he have?
What makes you so smart? Just some dumb chemistry?
Did Columbus' critics really believe the earth was flat?
Why does anything exist? And why does the universe fit mathematical formulae?
Who started the "war" between science and Christianity? And why?
How can you tell what science really says? And what a biased person is trying to make it say?
Has the universe always existed? Or did it have a beginning?