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Transhumanism: the Good, the Bad and the In-between

Transhumanism: the Good, the Bad and the In-between

Original air date: May 7, 2022

Transhumanism: the Good, the Bad and the In-between

BY: Dr. Elaina George, Host & Contributing Health Editor
PUBLISHED: May 7, 2022 

Understanding the Scientific Evidence of God

Dr. Fazale Rana joins Dr. George to discuss transhumanism from a biological, philosophical and theological perspective – the good, the bad and the in-between. 

About Dr. Fazale Rana

Transhumanism: the Good, the Bad and the In-between

Dr. Fazale Rana is a biochemist and VP of research and apologetics at Reasons to Believe. He holds a PhD in chemistry with an emphasis in biochemistry from Ohio University. He is the author of several groundbreaking books, including Humans 2.0, The Cell’s Design, and Fit for a Purpose and has spoken at hundreds of universities, churches, and conferences worldwide.

As a graduate student studying biochemistry, Dr. Rana was captivated by the cell’s complexity, elegance, and sophistication. The inadequacy of evolutionary scenarios to account for life’s origin compelled him to conclude that life must come from a Creator. Reading through the Sermon on the Mount convinced him that Jesus really was who Christians claimed him to be: Lord and Savior. Still, encouraging others to join him in following Christ wasn’t important to him—until my father died.

In 1999, Dr. Rana left his position in research and development at a Fortune 500 company to join Reasons to Believe. He felt the most important thing he could do as a scientist was to show Christians and non-Christians alike the powerful scientific evidence for God’s existence and for the reliability of the Bible.

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