Not quite so bright — part 2

Atheist philosopher Michael Ruse rips into the best-selling author of The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins: "It is not that the atheists are having a field day because of the brilliance and novelty of their thinking. Frankly --- and I speak here as a nonbeliever myself, pretty atheistic about Christianity and skeptical about all theological claims …

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Taliban areas of Pakistan

Imagine the Taliban with nuclear weapons. That could happen if the worst-case scenario happens in nuclear-armed Pakistan, where the radical terrorist group is making significant advances. A Taliban conquest of Pakistan is by no means certain. The Pakistani military is powerful and could strike back. Or the cultural differences between the tribal Taliban and the …

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Six bad arguments from Answers in Genesis (Part 1)

This is part one of a six-part series examining supposed evidences for a global flood that have recently appeared on the Answers in Genesis web site. Part one -- This article. Part two examines the YEC argument that sedimentary rocks that contain dense accumulations of fossils can best be described by the action of Noah's Flood. Part …

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Christian to atheist to Christian

"Materialist atheism is not merely an arid creed, but totally irrational." -- A.N. Wilson, former atheist Writer A.N. Wilson had a "Damascus Road" conversion to atheism, and then a slow climb back to Christianity. His conversion back to Christianity was based on: Historical apologetics -- the reality of the empty tomb; the perseverance of the …

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