Philosopher James Tartaglia believes that existence has no ultimate purpose. He also believes that there is an immaterial world beyond our own which "opens the door" for religious thinking. Can these two ideas co-exist?
Dr. Donald Hoffman has made the astounding discovery that everything that we experience through our senses is an illusion. Space and time do not exist and consciousness is the true building block of reality.
Radiation oncologist Dr. Jeffrey Long began his investigation of Near Death Experiences as a skeptic. He now runs an organization that helps to demonstrate that many of these remarkable accounts are real.
Hundreds of people claim to have had a previous life during the Holocaust. Many of them suffer inexplicable dreams and visions of terror and pain. A product of overactive imaginations or an indication of a hidden aspect of reality?
Professor Rovelli says that he and the Rabbi are from "different tribes" when it comes to how they understand the meaning of life. Rabbi Jacobs begs to differ and thinks their positions are much closer than the professor thinks. Can these two approaches truly ever be resolved?
Insights for today's confusing world, with the authors of Chicken Little the Sky Isn't Falling: Raising Resilient Adolescents in the New Age of Anxiety and How God Works: The Science Behind the Benefits.
John Templeton created a unique foundation dedicated to inspiring creativity, morality, and curiosity. Heather Templeton Dill discusses how one man turned riches into a life's mission to enrich humanity.
Bestselling author and theoretical physicist Brian Greene joins Beyond Belief to explore the human quest for meaning as well as other topics, including his most recent book, "Until the End of Time" called "encyclopedic in its ambition and its erudition" by the New York Times.
Despite adversity, controversy and intense opposition, Israel has emerged as a force for good for the region and, in some ways, as a world leader. Is it positioned to become the next global superpower?