Category Archives: Science, Nature and Philosophy

Why There Almost Certainly is a God

“Phil: I’m a god.” “Rita: You’re God?” “Phil: I’m a god. I’m not the God… I don’t think.“ – Groundhog Day HEADLINE: MODERN SCIENCE POINTS TO THE EXISTENCE OF GOD I believe in God. I believe in the God: the … Continue reading

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The Great Skeptic’s Fish Story

Read Part I here First of all, I would like to get something out of the way: EVOLUTION IS A PROVEN SCIENTIFIC FACT. Okay, I feel much better now. Few Christians who have educated themselves in this area continue to … Continue reading

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Fish Stories – A Ridiculous Faith

Oh, those silly Christians and their fairy tales. Have you heard the one about the Jonah and the whale (or was that Geppetto)? How about Noah and his menagerie? Or what about that whole resurrection nonsense? Christians have to accede … Continue reading

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Where to Begin?

It is well known that when a debate cannot be won by reasoning, controversialists are prone to descend to personal abuse. If arguments are lacking, mud is a good substitute. – John Stott[1] When I was a child, I spoke … Continue reading

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