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A creationist explains his beliefs
A creationist explains his beliefs

Duration: 06:14

Paul Taylor presents his ideas on Christian fideism, and his belief that the world was created in six days.

 
A creationist on cosmology
A creationist on cosmology

Duration: 03:13

How old is the universe? A creationist expresses his views about scientific evidence, scientists and Biblical creation.

 
A creationist's viewpoint
A creationist's viewpoint

Duration: 02:59

A hip hop, rap version of the Biblical six days of creation. Paul Taylor, a Christian and creationist, explains his views on the creation of the world.

 
Alternative to embryo stem cells developed by researchers
Alternative to embryo stem cells developed by researchers

Duration: 01:53

The ability to create stem cell treatments without using embryos is a step closer, say researchers.

 
Argument for atheistic evolution
Argument for atheistic evolution

Duration: 06:34

Richard Dawkins, an atheist and scientist, talks about the big bang, Darwinian natural selection and scientism.

 
Can science and faith work together?
Can science and faith work together?

Duration: 01:12

Alister McGrath, as a Christian, explains his views on the subject of religion and science.

 
Christian acceptance of the 'Big Bang'
Christian acceptance of the 'Big Bang'

Duration: 01:30

A hip hop rap is used to explain theistic evolution - a mix of religious and scientific explanation for creation and evolution.

 
Darwinian natural selection
Darwinian natural selection

Duration: 02:40

What drives evolution? Richard Dawkins talks about the Darwinian theory of evolution as one scientific theory that best explains the 'illusion of design' in nature.

 
Designer or no designer?
Designer or no designer?

Duration: 03:46

Atheist Julian Baggini meets Richard Dawkins to discuss the impact of Darwin on beliefs about the need for a designer god.

 
Did God make the world in six days?
Did God make the world in six days?

Duration: 02:37

Alister McGrath, christian and professor of historical philosophy, gives his response to the creationist belief that God made the world in six days.

 
Explanation of theistic evolution
Explanation of theistic evolution

Duration: 07:06

A description of theistic evolution from Oxford Don, Alister McGrath.

 
Hip hop creation
Hip hop creation

Duration: 04:18

A hip hop musical, in part illustrated by animations, is used to introduce the topic of creation and evolution.

 
Hip hop creation animation (mute version)
Hip hop creation animation (mute version)

Duration: 01:40

A silent animation, taken from the hip hop creation clip. It shows animated images related to creation and evolution.

 
How did the world begin?
How did the world begin?

Duration: 00:31

A short visual montage showing images of creation, religion and the natural world.

 
It's all in the eye
It's all in the eye

Duration: 04:56

Scientist and atheist Richard Dawkins presents his case against the idea of a creator by explaining the wonder of the eye is the result of a purely natural process of evolution.

 
Religion and Science
Religion and Science

Duration: 01:12

Are there limits to what science can explain? Are there questions that science cannot answer? Christian Professor Alister McGrath asks 'what is the nature of truth?'

 
Scientists and faith
Scientists and faith

Duration: 01:03

Scientist and atheist Professor Richard Dawkins talks about faith and evidence in scientific study.

 
The Big Bang - a scientist's view
The Big Bang - a scientist's view

Duration: 02:08

Scientist and atheist Professor Richard Dawkins speaks about the origins and the age of the universe by using a hip hop, rap musical.

 
The future of atheism
The future of atheism

Duration: 04:30

Atheist Julian Baggini and Christian Alister McGrath discuss the rise and fall of religion and atheism.

 
Why am I an atheist?
Why am I an atheist?

Atheist Julian Baggini explains why he prefers a natural explanation of human existence and development instead of a supernatural one.

 

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