Thursday, December 16, 2010
Finally, right? A Berlin man has been given the official word from doctors that he no longer has HIV. While battling cancer, the man underwent a very risky stem-cell transplant from just the right donor in order to replenish his weakened immune system. Read about it here.
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Perhaps you have watched the panel debate that took place last month in Mexico that pitted Richard Dawkins, Michael Shermer and Matt Ridley against William Lane Craig, David Wolpe, and Douglas Geivett. The proposed question of the debate was, "does the universe have a purpose?" It seemed an important topic, with important figures on both sides, so I thought I would give my thoughts on it. You can watch the debate here.
Posted by Eric Burton at 2:19 AM
Labels: atheism, Bible, Christianity, David Wolpe, Dawkins, debate, Douglas Geivett, god, Matt Ridley, Michael Shermer, morality, purpose, science, Universe, William Lane Craig