Category Archives: Mother Nature?

Intelligent Design: an interview with Stephen Meyer


Posted in Academy, Anthropology, Christian worldview, Creation, God, Human dignity, Intelligent Design, Meaning of life, Mother Nature?, Nihilism, Philosophy, Questioning God, Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Science, Seeking God, Worldview, Younger Evangelicals | 1 Comment

Can God protect us from disasters?

My Saturday (3-26-2011) column in The Morning Call of Allentown, Pennsylvania:   Steve Cornell See also: Some Pray and Die

Posted in Apologetics, Atheism, Atheists, Creation, Evil in the world, God's control, God's Protection, God's Will, Hurricanes, Japan, Loss, Main problem, Mother Nature?, Problem of evil, Salvation, Science, Sovereignty, Technology, Theodicy, Trials, Tsunami, Weather | Leave a comment

Does God control the weather?

When natural disasters strike some people lose their lives; others lose all but their lives; still others are (as we say) miraculously spared. But how does God’s protection relate to natural disaster? When hurricanes pound islands and mainlands–churning out devastating tornadoes and … Continue reading

Posted in Creation, Death, Fear of God, God's control, God's Protection, Hurricanes, Mother Nature?, Promises of Bible, Questioning God, Suffering, Trials, Weather | 2 Comments