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A Review of “Why I Am Not A Christian” by Bertrand Russell: Part IV The Argument From Design

Right from the beginning I will have to disagree with Russell on what the design argument is. He writes,

“You all know the argument from design: everything in the world is made just so that we can manage to live in the world, and if the world was ever so little different we could not manage to live in it.

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Here's one for 'GodKu' at Isaiah 

Perma… PERma… PERMA…


Not him, ME ove there. He he he… what a riot. A hilarious riot.

Although I think THIS is how James starts out. 6 more words

Techniques in Apologetics: Learning to Listen

Then an argument started among the disciples as to which of them would be the greatest. But Jesus, knowing the thoughts of their hearts, had a little child stand beside Him. 1,518 more words


My Starting Transcultural Point

Most times I feel like even mentioning the term “transcultural” I’ll spend so much time trying to explain the term, I’ve used up the mental capacity to be curious beyond that point. 378 more words


Critics of Moral Influence Theory generally only complain that there has to be more to it, that people hearing Jesus’ words and learning about how he lived just isn’t enough for atonement or salvation. 476 more words


"Philomythus to Misomythus" by J.R.R. Tolkien

“Philomythus to Misomythus” by J.R.R. Tolkien (after a long night’s talk with C.S. Lewis and Hugo Dyson on Addison’s Walk – read more here) 1,206 more words

The Necessity of Defending Worldviews.

One skeptic provided the following challenge, “Why, if your faith is so strong, do you feel the need to defend your religion? It should need no justification to someone who you perceive as factually incorrect and fallacious.” 425 more words