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Secularism is atheism
Once-Christian nations are now ‘secular’ (God-less); how did this come about?
by Don Batten
World War 1 centenary
New video clip about the evolutionary origins of World War 1, which were the precursors of WW2 and the Nazi Holocaust.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Sorry, atheists, but you’re wrong
Vicious, mindless, random acts of violence are on the increase.
by David Catchpoole, Warren Nunn
Thomas Nagel—The atheist who dared to question materialism
Neo-Darwinists are upset that an atheist philosopher has questioned their view of materialism.
by Warren Nunn
Joanna Lumley: The Search for Noah’s Ark
Joanna Lumley looks for Noah’s Ark, and finds lots of evidence for the Flood.
by Russell Grigg
Muhammad was wrong … what about Moses?
How do we decide which revelation is genuine and which isn’t?
by Lita Sanders
The Christian foundations of the rule of law in the West: a legacy of liberty and resistance against tyranny
The Bible has been historically recognized as the most important book for the development of both the rule of law and democratic institutions in the Western world.
by Augusto Zimmermann
What Would You Think?
Surprising findings from a study on why people chose to become atheists.
by Michael Eggleton
Holy books?
Are the Hindu Vedas, the Qur’an of Islam, and the Christian’s Bible all ‘equally valid’—or is one of them more trustworthy than the others?
by David Catchpoole
Defining arguments away—the distorted language of secularism
How key terms in the origins debate have been defined to slant the ‘rules of engagement’ between Christianity and secularism against Christianity.
by Shaun Doyle
Ibn Khaldun: 14th-century Islamic evolutionist
‘Man came from monkeys’ was proposed by an Islamic evolutionist in the 14th century!
by Russell Grigg
Brain split between atheism and theism
A neurologist describes a case where two parts of the brain seem to have conflicting beliefs about God’s existence, and mockingly asks which ‘entity’ will go to heaven?
by Carl Wieland