Show Category - Scientist

Hour 1 – 07/10/20: John Lennox

Mathematician and philosopher John Lennox has a new and forward-looking book, “2084: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Humanity” — just what will the world look like a hundred years after the predicted grim dystopia found in “1984”?

Hour 1 – 06/26/20: Michael Guillen

Michael Guillen, former science editor for ABC News and host of the podcast “Science + God,” talks about his journey into two perfectly conjoined worlds because of his belief in the God of all things, including science.

Hour 2 – 05/08/20: James Tour (Encore)

James Tour, the brilliant synthetic organic chemist and genius in the field of nanoscience, is in the bunker to talk about science, faith, reason — and the origins of life itself. (Encore Presentation)

Hour 1 – 05/07/20: Stephen Meyer

Stephen Meyer, author of “Darwin’s Doubt,” “Signature in the Cell,” and other heady scientific tomes, joins Eric in the bunker to reveal more about “The Mystery of Life’s Origins,” from his new book.

Hour 1 – 04/23/20: James Tour

James Tour, the brilliant synthetic organic chemist and genius in the field of nanoscience, is in the bunker to talk about science, faith, reason — and the origins of life itself.

Hour 2 – 01/24/20: Stephen Meyer (continued)

Eric’s interview with scientist and author Stephen Meyer continues as the two delve deeper into the mystery of life from this classic presentation of Socrates in the City.

Hour 1 – 01/24/20: Stephen Meyer

It’s a classic interview from Socrates in the City… Scientist Stephen Meyer, author of “Signature in the Cell” and “Darwin’s Doubt,” expands the case for intelligent design to the whole sweep of life’s history.

Hour 2 – 01/09/20: Hugh Ross (Encore)

Astrophysicist Hugh Ross returns to the show to tell adventurous stories about how the same God who created the universe for a purpose creates each one of us for a unique purpose, as well. (Encore Presentation)

Hour 1 – 01/09/20: John Lennox – Part 3

Oxford professor of mathematics John Lennox wraps up his fascinating and critical look into a key question of the day, “Can science explain everything?”

Hour 2 – 01/03/20: Brian Keating (continued)

Eric continues his in-studio conversation with physicist Brian Keating regarding his book, “Losing the Nobel Prize: A Story of Cosmology, Ambition, and the Perils of Science’s Highest Honor.”

Hour 1 – 01/03/20: Brian Keating

Professor of physics Brian Keating pioneered incredible discoveries surrounding the Big Bang theory and was on the verge of winning the Nobel Prize — but didn’t. Find out why.

Hour 1 – 12/26/19: Paul Gould

Paul Gould shares stellar insights about the universe from his new book, “The Story of the Cosmos: How the Heaven’s Declare the Glory of God.”

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