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Is God ‘forced by His nature’ to be loving?
Is God forced to be loving by his nature?
by Shaun Doyle
William of Ockham
The Bible is the supreme authority in all it teaches. All else, and particularly human conjecture, is subordinate to and corrected by the written Word of God.
by Russell Grigg
The perils of scientific illiteracy
Scientific and biblical illiteracy enables so-called ‘experts’ to confuse church leaders about God and creation.
by Dominic Statham
Self contradictory atheism
It’s irrational to think there is such a thing as ‘free energy’ in the universe.
by Chris Smith
How do miracles happen?
Do we need to know how miracles happen to know if they happen?
by Shaun Doyle
How to think (not what to think)
Understanding the difference between what opposing theories predict helps to discriminate between them and thus avoid useless arguments.
by Robert Carter
Philosophical arguments for God
Why think God exists? Here are several reasons why.
by Shaun Doyle
Can all those scientists be wrong?
What does history say?
by Gordon Howard
Does ‘deep time’ make sense?
As we look at the foundations of the ‘billions of years’ historical framework, are the foundations rock or sand?
by Shaun Doyle
Questioning ‘How to debate a creationist’ by Michael Shermer
A skeptic gives advice about how to debate creationists, but he unwittingly shows the religious nature of his position.
by Murk Post
Naturalism in the light of reality
There’s more to reality than naturalism can fathom …
by Robert Gurney
A tale of two fleas
A simple parable cuts through the nonsense claims that, regardless of the evidence, it is ‘unscientific by definition’ to conclude in favour of divine creation as an explanation of origins.
by Carl Wieland