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-Richard Dawkins Loses Debate Against Former Archbishop Rowan Williams

Monday, February 11th, 2013

Does religion have a place in the 21th Century? Here’s a debate that explored the motion that it doesn’t. However, religion seems to have won the day and a reprieve in this friendly confrontation. Famous atheist Professor Richard Dawkins usually runs into difficulty when he debates someone who is well qualified and versed in all […]

-Did Dawkins’ Book ‘God Delusion’ Actually Lead Many to God?

Friday, November 2nd, 2012

                                         (Richard Dawkins: Wikipedia) Did Richard Dawkins’ book- ‘The God Delusion’ actually end up leading many to find God? That‘s what one minister in the UK claims. From the Christian Post: One of Scotland’s leading Christian thinkers has said that atheist professor Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion book has actually paved the way for the […]

-Religious Pluralism is Illogical?

Sunday, October 7th, 2012

Here’s a great short video ( 2:26) from Stand to Reason that explains the Illogic of religious pluralism: *Top

-Declaration of Independence: The Emphasis Upon God

Wednesday, July 4th, 2012

         (Declaration of Independence: amslerPIX) When it comes to the Declaration of Independence, the words- “by their Creator” were a major part of the message, the subject, and the emphasis. Many secularists and atheists today want to de-emphasize the role of faith in the founding of this country to the point that many are attempting […]

-‘You Can’t Be Moral & Believe in God’?

Thursday, June 7th, 2012

A quotes from an interview with Penn Jillette by The Blaze; You can’t be moral and believe in God. Occasionally Penn Jillette asserts that “you can’t be moral and believe in God” thus turning the opposing Christian argument (that there is no morality without God) on its ear. He usually says it with an obvious […]