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-Did 9/11 Change Attitudes About Religion?

Sunday, September 18th, 2011

Did the 9/11/01 attacks end up changing some of our attitudes about religion? Here’s a recent article from CNN by John Blake that claims it did make some changes in how Americans perceived religion: Four ways 9/11 changed America’s attitude toward religion There are two observations in this article that I agree with whole heartedly. […]

-We Don’t Need God to be Good?

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

One of the declarations we hear from atheists all of the time is: “We don’t need God to be good” Maybe so. But is there any objective or real morality in the first place without God? After all if you maintain a materialistic world view then please explain how matter, energy, time, and chance resulted […]

-Alister McGrath on Why God Won’t Go Away

Saturday, June 11th, 2011

Alister McGrath gave a talk at Westminster Abbey on the subject of his book: “Why God Won’t Go Away: Is the New Atheism Running on Empty?” In it, McGrath gives his assessment of the current state of ‘new atheism’. Great lecture and info- Links to the Podcast and MP3: Alister McGrath on Why God Won’t […]

-“Answers For Atheists”

Saturday, March 5th, 2011

Here’s a new apologetic resource: Answers For Atheists The website has “Brief answers to the most common Atheist objections to the Christian Worldview” Here are some of the major topics addressed: The Top Atheist Objections to Christianity Answers:  The Problem of Evil | The Evidence for God | The Exclusivity of Christianity | The Nature […]

-Study: Atheists and Agnostics Know More About Religion Than People of Faith?

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

Image via Wikipedia Do atheists and agnostics in America know more about religion than people of faith? According to a Pew study they do. However it is my conclusion that education is probably the major determining factor here. The study also shows that College grads beat out everyone else. Take a look at the survey […]