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Why Atheism Is Bad Morality

April 18, 2013

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Imagine this scenario: you are participating, for a small fee, in an experiment in which you are paired with a robot to play a game against a computer. The robot, given the very creative name Robbie, can both hear and speak, and in fact, has a pleasant personality. So, as the two of you play […]

Why Atheism Is Bad Science

April 12, 2013

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British astronomer Sir Fred Hoyle, the scientist who coined the term “Big Bang” to describe what has become the scientific consensus regarding how the universe began, had this to say about current theories: The current scenario of the origin of life is about as likely as the assemblage of a 747 by a tornado whirling […]

Why Atheism Is Bad News

April 5, 2013

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Atheists are becoming very aggressive in their efforts to recruit people to their faith. In fact, they are engaging more and more in the kind of outreach that if done by Christians, would be called evangelism. But, although they are definitely proselytizing, what atheists do cannot be called evangelism at all. That’s because “evangelizing” has […]

The Start Of The Universe – How It All Began

March 26, 2013

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Astrophysics says the universe began with a never-to-be-repeated Big Bang. What caused it? Science and theology both point toward the same causal factor. Four key astrophysical discoveries point directly to the conclusion that the universe must have had a Creator: The universe is expanding. The universe had a beginning at a specific point in space […]

Can God Be Deduced?

May 21, 2012

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See my article God, The Creator at The Word In Life blog. Recently, Prayson Daniel had a blog post that asked, “Can the Universe Exist Without God?” That kicked off a discussion with a blogger called Abandon TV, who posed the question of whether the existence of God can be deduced from available evidence, or […]