Today’s interview is with biochemist Fazale Rana, the vice president of research and apologetics at Reasons to Believe. He is the author of several books, including /Who Was Adam, Creating Life in the Lab/, /The Cell’s Design/and /Dinosaur Blood and the Age of the Earth/. He holds a PhD in chemistry with an emphasis in biochemistry from Ohio University. The purpose of this interview is to explore the topic of trans humanism: what is it? How do technological advances affect out lives? To what extent can they enhance our lives, our bodies, our minds? What are the ethical implications of human advancement though technology?
Today's interview is with biochemist Fazale Rana, executive vice president of research and apologetics at Reasons to Believe. He talks about his current work, his background (being raised by a Muslim father), the present growth of Islam, its acceptance in culture, how Christians respond, winsome engagement with the Muslim world, the danger of making sweeping generalizations, keys to understanding Islam better, integrity in apologetic engagement, to-dos and not-to-dos when speaking with Muslims, and more.FREE for a limited time: Apologetics315 listeners can receive a free MP3 download of Fuz’s testimony Finding God in the Lab by simply:visiting reasons.orgclicking on the “Apologetics 315” button on the home page. Fill out the formReasons to Believe will then send you the download via email. Offer available to Apologetics 315 listeners only through February 14.