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David Glass


David Glass is a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science at Ulster University in Northern Ireland, where he is part of the artificial intelligence research group. He has a BSc in mathematics, MA in philosophy, and PhD in theoretical physics from Queen’s University, Belfast. His current research lies at the intersection of computer science, mathematics, and philosophy of science, and he has published many papers on a range of topics including probability, evidence, and explanation. He has also carried out research on the relationship between science and belief in God and has given many academic and popular talks on various aspects of this topic. He is the author of Atheism’s New Clothes (IVP/Apollos), and contributes to the apologetics website David and his wife Cathy have six children and live in Greenisland in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.



How to Think about Evidence for God

While atheists often claim that there is no evidence for God, many Christians claim there is plenty of evidence. What is going on? How can there be so much disagreement? To address this issue, we will explore the nature of evidence both within science and also in more general, everyday scenarios. This will help to clarify not only the disagreement but also how evidence relates to faith and how there can be good evidence for God even if God's existence is not obvious.



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