Is atheism on the rise, or is religion? At times we hear polls claiming both, but new research shows it's not that simple.
In 1936, a school girl named Phyllis wrote a letter to Albert Einstein to ask whether a person could believe in both science and religion. He was quick to reply.
You have to be a little envious of those who have faith—they have a motivational force behind them that is near impossible to beat. What if there was a secular equivalent, wonders philosophy professor Sam Newlands.
This week, Bill Nye tackles one of the most complicated hypotheticals of all time.