Author Archives: David Snoke

David Snoke

About David Snoke

Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Pittsburgh

Schedule for the Upcoming October 24 meeting on “Is the Natural World Good or Bad?”

Christian Scientific Society Seminar: “Is the Natural World Good or Evil?” To register for the meeting, go to this page. October 24, 2020, Schedule (all times Eastern US time) SESSION 1 10:00 AM  Jon Garvey, “Unfallen creation: the foundation for … Continue reading

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Details of the upcoming meeting on “Is the natural world good or bad?”

We are excited to announce our upcoming one-day seminar slated for this coming Saturday, October 24, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM Eastern US time. The title will be “Is the natural world good or bad?” and will address the … Continue reading

Apologetics, Creation, Darwinism, Events, Problem of evil, Theology

News items, August 2020

  Another professor argues that math has no objective truth. See this link. So far, this kind of attack on math and logic as arbitrary Western constructs is a minority view of extreme postmodernists, but it seems to be growing. … Continue reading

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Video of the 2020 Annual meeting now available online

To see the videos of our past meeting, on the topic of “Does Anyone Come to Faith by a Rational Process?”, go to this link. You must be logged in as a full or associate member to see the link. … Continue reading

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News items June-July 2020

Ongoing debate about whether the Cambrian explosion was really abrupt. See this article on Discovery’s Evolution News and Views website. This relates to the argument of Stephen Meyer in his book, Darwin’s Doubt, that the Cambrian explosion is to all appearances miraculous. Another … Continue reading

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