Should the idea of our being “made in the image of God” should be set aside since it has been disproved by science? Dr. Marie George answers.
There is tremendous hope that technology will solve many of the world’s problems—from climate change to curing diseases to developing new sources of energy.
The human brain is the most complex organ in existence. It is a largely uncharted frontier for scientists. And it is not like a computer.
New studies on animal learning, language, and the use of tools have created a number of articles implying “animals are just like us.” But how true is this?
St. Francis of Assisi is credited with creating the first nativity scene. He wanted to capture how Christ lay in the manger with an ox and ass standing by.
Around 70,000 years ago, humans developed a capacity for communication that no other species – not even our most proximate ancestors – had.
A necessary condition for computers or robots to have a soul is that they be self-aware, be conscious. If this is not possible, then there would be no way we could think that devices with “artificial
The Remarkable Evidence for the Human Soul
There are four major differences between human and artificial intelligence and it is highly unlikely that we will be able to bridge this gap on any of the four levels into the indefinite future.
Here is a brief explanation of the evidence from modern science, medical studies, anthropology, and philosophy for a human soul that can survive bodily death.