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"Truth Tuesday" Taking on Ark Times Bloggers on the "Absurdity of Life without God!!" Part 5 (Do atheists avoid serving God so they can do what they want?)

The Bible and Science (Part 05)

Why Can’t Morals Be Grounded In Society?

Published on Aug 31, 2012

Dr William Lane Craig was invited by the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) Christian Union, London to give a lecture titled “Can we be good without God?” In this video Dr Craig answers a question about the objectivity of morality. 2,659 more words

Francis Schaeffer

Inspiring Psalm 104

Psalm 104 has been described as “Genesis 1 set to music”. That’s clearly the main inspiration for the psalm, and one which most readers will quickly realise. 742 more words

Theology

"Truth Tuesday" Taking on Ark Times Bloggers on the “Absurdity of Life without God!!” Part 4 (According to the Christian worldview, God does exist, and man’s life does not end at the grave)

The Bible and Science (Part 04)

Eastwooding Richard Dawkins’ Moral Argument Objections

Published on Oct 20, 2012

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On September 29th, 2012, William Lane Craig participated in the Contending with Christianity’s Critics Conference held at Watermark Community Church in Dallas, TX. 2,730 more words

Francis Schaeffer

"Truth Tuesday" Taking on Ark Times Bloggers on the “Absurdity of Life without God!!” Part 3 (If there is no lasting meaning to our lives then isn't life utterly without reason?)

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There Is A Difference Between Absolute and Objective Moral Values

Published on Dec 6, 2012

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The Bethinking National Apologetics Day Conference: “Countering the New Atheism” took place during the UK Reasonable Faith Tour in October 2011. 3,264 more words

Francis Schaeffer

When a Roman wall becomes older

Last year I mentioned a Roman wall that was found on Tell Halif in square A8. After all it was immediately adjacent to a floor from the Roman period and was probably in use at the same time as that floor. 225 more words

Archaeology