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Science is a wonderful tool to explain many aspects of life. But it cannot explain the supernatural. When it comes to the resurrection of Christ, there is a deeper reality that science cannot explain.

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Miracles in their essence, cannot be explained. Then how about finding logic in a miracle? would not that be trying to explain it? Cliff explains in fascinating detail the logic of the miraculous.

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Frankenstein, the famous Mary Shelley novel, is compared to Jesus’ resurrection. How can two unlike stories find common ground? Cliff explains that the resurrection of Jesus is not fictional, but a reality that is much easier to accept than Frankenstein’s monster resurrected from the dead.

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Technology has brought changes to our daily lives. We are now able to perform amazing things, feats unimaginable 15 years ago. Despite the advancements, there is something technology will never be able to replicate – human emotions. Some argue, however, that robots can imitate all forms of human feelings, but Cliff shares deeper thoughts on the matter.

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The Theory of Evolution at its core denies basic, moral elements. The popular premise, “survival of the fittest,” goes in stark contrast to Jesus’ teachings of serving and helping the needy. Once again Cliff proves in scientific terms the dissonance between humanistic thought and heavenly teachings.

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Many individuals believe in evolution. That either chance, a big-bang, or any other thought that can “explain” the universe, can be accepted as the origin of things. That can be accepted usually in the scientific community, where the backing of evolution is almost a requirement. It is unusual, however, that Christians will subscribe to this idea. Cliff goes in detail and explains why such individuals, do in fact, embarrass the faith.

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Cliff admits in this episode that he is in fact a science denier. He explains his reasons as to why, and under the right circumstances, a science denier is not a bad thing to be.

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For many years, the influence of the book Principia by Isaac Newton made people see the world as an ordered, coherent place that could be fully understood through science, reason, logic and mathematics, but love cannot be defined by any of those element and Cliff explains why.

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Christopher Hitchens was one of the world’s most renowned intellectuals. He was also an atheist. He wrote extensively about human life with no God, and how everything humans can obtain they can do without a higher power. At the time of his death, however, he continued writing, but Cliff shows how the tenor of his arguments changed.