RTB’s blog Today’s New Reason to Believe has certainly evolved since its first post, but what hasn’t changed is TNRTB’s … Continue reading Top 10 TNRTBs of All Time
Thirty years ago when Kathy and I—and some of you—launched Reasons to Believe, the word “blog” hadn’t yet been invented, … Continue reading Announcing RTB’s New Blog Ring!
The Bible has a lot to say about reconciliation. Christians, for example, are called to be ambassadors for reconciliation (2 … Continue reading How Can We Reconcile in a Way that Lasts?
A team of 10 Chinese astronomers recently announced the first-ever discovery of a supermassive black hole binary.1 They found the … Continue reading What Does the Discovery of a Supermassive Black Hole Binary Mean for Creationism?
In the search for distant planetary systems, astronomers employ a special method to discover planets beyond the range of our … Continue reading What Microlensed Planets Reveal about Our Solar System
Have you thanked God for neutron and black hole merging events today? You should. A new study of an ancient … Continue reading Thank God for Merging Neutron Stars
Every year on April 22, millions of people worldwide will gather on local beaches, streets, and parks to collect trash, … Continue reading 10 Ways to Thank God on Earth Day
This article is an abbreviated summary of a white paper by the same title. Today, the physical and historical evidence … Continue reading Responding to the Nonempirical Case for Atheism
What is the dominant and most abundant life-form on Earth? Surprisingly, it is not humans, cows, trees, grass, or insects. … Continue reading Bacteria May Offer a Climate Change Solution
On February 11, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) research team announced that they had discovered gravitational waves.1 This remarkable … Continue reading How Gravitational Waves Help Explain the Universe’s History