by Kyle Butt, M.Div.
There are two different, mutually exclusive explanations for the origin of the Universe and life in that Universe—evolution and creation. Both concepts may be explored as scientific models since both may be used to explain and predict certain scientific facts. Obviously the one that does the better job of explaining/predicting is the better scientific model. In order to examine properly the two models, each must be compared to the available facts.
One of the most basic, and most fundamental, issues that can be considered by the human mind is the question, "Does God exist?" The only way to answer this question, of course, is to seek out and examine the evidence.
Speakers: Kyle Butt and Dan BarkerThe Butt-Barker debate was conducted on the campus of the University of South Carolina in Columbia on February 12, 2009 before a capacity crowd of over 550, with thousands more viewing the debate over the Internet. Both disputants presented arguments, cross-examined each other, and also fielded live questions from the audience.
Evolution is often taught as a scientific fact, but it is nothing of the sort. Join Kyle Butt as he surveys some of the most commonly used evidence that supposedly supports evolution. After studying it carefully, with an open mind, and critically considering the evidence, it becomes clear that evolution cannot be a viable scientific answer to the diversity of life we see around us.
A session from the "Behold! The Lamb of God" seminar--part II of AP's "Pillars of Faith" seminar series--conducted by Kyle Butt and Eric Lyons.
A session from the "Out With Doubt" seminar conducted by Kyle Butt.Take a compelling look at the overwhelming evidence that proves the truths of Christianity. This engaging series guides the viewer on an exciting trip through the facts that are essential to a well-grounded faith. In a simple, easy to understand manner, this series of lessons deals with these profound topics in a way that leaves no room for doubt.