A couple units ago, we learned about theologians like Thomas Aquinas and Peter Abelard, both of whom attempted to explain the origins of our universe through phenomena in the natural world. They believed that they could arrive at "Truth" about faith, religion, and God through their education in grammar, logic, science, mathematics, and much more. This discourse was fundamental to the scholastic movement (and somewhat contrary to the humanists during the Renaissance).
In 2014, the debate has evolved in a way. Today, the discourse has been "refined" in such a way that now, the origins of the universe are debated. Do we exist because of the Big Bang? Or is our existence attributable to the supernatural?
In a televised debate, Bill Nye and Ken Ham debate!
(To read some articles about the event, read here and here and here and here and here!)
Discursive Discourse Delivered