Where Is the Evidence?
If somebody makes an outrageous claim without any evidence to back it up, we’re quick to dismiss it—and even go as far as to make fun of the person making the claim. So why do we tip-toe around the claims made by religion? Psychologist Paul Bloom poses this question regarding the apparent “political correctness” towards the major religions. Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete responds in this clip from the 2008 Faith and Science event.
This program is part of The Big Idea Series, made possible with support from the John Templeton Foundation.
Image courtesy of Storm Crypt; Recorded June 2008; Posted April 2011