Aliens, Sci-Fi, and Christianity | The Dr. Jeff Zweerink Interview

On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to Dr. Jeff Zweerink about aliens, accurate Sci-Fi movies, and being a scientist and a Christian. Dr. Jeff is a senior research scholar at Reasons To Believe. He holds a Ph.D. in Astrophysics and has debated Ken Ham on the age of the earth on the Unbelievable radio program. He struggled earlier in life with how to reconcile his Biblical training and love for science. But when he first heard Hugh Ross, President & Founder of Reasons To Believe and an astrophysicist, speak at Iowa State University, Dr. Zweerink began to think he could combine science and faith together with his life’s work.

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Kyle and Ethan find out when Dr. Jeff accepted Hugh Ross into his heart. Dr. Jeff talks about his origin growing up in Mississippi with science and Christianity in the same household. Kyle and Ethan dig into the questions submitted from our subscribers that go into what aliens would do to his theology, the realism of Sci-Fi movies, and Dark Matter. Kyle finds out what it’s like being a Christian in the science world. 

In the Subscriber Portion, Kyle and Ethan find out more about that Ken Ham debate and what flat earthers believe. Dr. Jeff goes into if he’s afraid of the multiverse and if we should be as well. He also goes into what is happening with artificial intelligence and what our possible future will be with it. 

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