Two Great Scientific Discoveries of the 20th Century That Matter to All of Us (Part I)

Mark Phillips helps educators gain confidence to teach and equip the next generation with apologetic science.

By the end of the 19th century, atheism was gaining strength through Darwinian thought and a belief in a static universe. By the end of the 20th century, it was challenged by two observational discoveries that should be taught to those with the rhetorical skills to present this critical light to an unbelieving world. (Over 80% of those who disbelieve the Bible say science disproves it.) A key scientific practice is to
defer to the best possible explanation for what is observed. Evidence for 1) universal origins and 2) programmed biological informational systems both demand that a Designer/Fine-Tuner/Creator created all life. Gain confidence to teach and equip the next generation with apologetic science.

Mark Phillips

A graduate of Oxford University, Dr. Phillips has a mission to equip students with knowledge and application of scientific apologia, producing young men and women who know science without yielding to scientism. He became a believer while doing biomedical research at Vanderbilt University as an animal surgeon and analytical biochemist. He took a two year sabbatical from the lab for a comedy tour aft er winning a comedy contest hosted by Steve Martin. He has done educational missionary work in secondary schools and seminaries in the UK, Africa, India and Venezuela. An autobiography of his conversion to Christianity was published in all the commonwealth nations, and Dr. Phillips recently completed a three-part blog series for Th e Master's Seminary at www.tms.edu/blog.

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