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Winchester Bells or Allahu Akhbar?

‘Listening to the lovely bells of Winchester, one of our great mediaeval cathedrals.
So much nicer than the aggressive-sounding “Allahu Akhbar.”
– Richard Dawkins

Following Richard Dawkins’ Monday tweet (above), the Islamists and their slathering Western running dogs are on the outrage warpath again. 491 more words

Islamophobia

X-Men and Meandering Origins

The next step in the evolutionary process should be cool right? Will we follow this evolving course that will eventually lead to us transcending the evolutionary process altogether? 2,604 more words

World View

Devotional Podcast #26: "Is Jesus Enough for Us?"

Devotional Text: Mark 5:21-43

https://brentwhite.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/devotional-day-26.mp3

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Hi, this is Brent White. It’s Saturday, July 14, and after a long break, I’m back with you for Episode Number 26 in my series of podcasts. 3,606 more words

Why "The God Delusion" Poses Little Threat to Christianity

I hadn’t had butterflies like this since I first went up in the Superman Tower of Power at Six Flags St. Louis (I screamed, but I screamed like a manly man, darn it!). 2,823 more words

Christianity

Purposeful Pain or Strange Suffering—A Catholic Perspective

Famous scientist and prominent atheist Richard Dawkins once declared,

The total amount of suffering per year in the natural world is beyond all decent contemplation. During the minute that it takes me to compose this sentence, thousands of animals are being eaten alive, many others are running for their lives, whimpering with fear, others are slowly being devoured from within by rasping parasites, thousands of all species are dying of starvation, thirst, and disease. 611 more words

Prayer

Fact checking

I used to think that life on Earth evolved over millions of years to be the best that they can be, upgrading themselves over generations. But if you’ve read any books on evolution, biology, you would know that that’s just not true. 120 more words

Thoughts

Is the origin of morality to be found in nature?

Richard Dawkins claims to have found the origin of moral behavior. After spending my entire life searching for the origin of morality, I eagerly read Dawkins’ account of morality’s origins. 869 more words

Socrates' Meditations