Does God Exist? Discussion Guide (True U Series)
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About "Does God Exist? Discussion Guide (True U Series)"
Can we prove the existence of God, or are we left to grapple in the dark and take blind leaps of faith about what we believe? Everyone asks these questions, and maybe you think you have the answers. But can you defend your beliefs when peers and professors are challenging your worldview? Dr. Stephen Meyer helps you examine the evidence and provides the tools needed to defend your faith and make it your own. This 64-page full-color discussion guide is designed to be used with the TrueU: Does God Exist? DVD kit (978-1-58997-339-8). Sold separately, this book is filled with discussion questions designed to dig deeper into the ten 30-minute lessons featured on the DVDs. As you examine and discuss the evidence, you will be better equipped to defend your faith in an increasingly hostile culture. This book is also available in a 10-pack (978-1-58997-116-5).
Meet the Author
Stephen C Meyer
Dr. Stephen C. Meyer (Ph.D., University of Cambridge) is the director and Senior Fellow of the Center for Science and Culture at the Discovery Institute in Seattle which has considerable reach into the religious market. Meyer set off a firstorm of media and political attention when the Smithsonian Institution published his pro-Intellegent Design paper in its scientific journal in 2005. Meyer earned his Ph.D. in the History and Philosophy of Science from Cambridge University for a dissertation on the history of origin of life biology and the methodology of the historical sciences. Previously he worked as a geophysicist with the Atlantic Richfield Company after earning his undergraduate degrees in Physics and Geology.
Meyer has been featured on national television and radio programs such as The Jim Lehrer News Hour, CBS Sunday Morning, NBC Nightly News, ABC Nightly News, Good Morning America, Nightline, Paula Zahn Now (CNN), Topic A with Tina Brown (CNN), Weekend Live with Tony Snow (FOX), The Big Story with John Gibson (FOX), Fox TV News with David Asman, The Tavis Smiley Show (PBS) and others. He has also been the subject of two front pages stories in the New York Times and has garnered attention in other top national print.