Six New Atheist Myths about Jesus and the Gospels

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In the second part of his response to the New Atheism at Fitzroy Presbyterian Church in Belfast, David Glass comments briefly on six of their claims about Jesus and the Gospels. It might be tempting to think that Christians and atheists will just have different views on these subjects and that there is no way to resolve these differences, but on these six claims of the New Atheists David argues that any rational person should reject them.

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New Atheism, Faith and Science

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In the first part of his response to the New Atheism at Fitzroy Presbyterian Church in Belfast, David Glass provides an introduction to New Atheist thinking and explains why it is important for Christians to deal with their objections to Christianity.

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Is IS Islamic?

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The term “Protestant” covers a multitude of sins. Originally it referred to princes who rejected an Emperor’s right to control religious belief. Over time it came to mean anyone who rejected the Pope’s authority. So now it covers deists and fundamentalists,  evangelicals and agnostics, progressives and fundamentalists, politicians and paramilitaries.

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XX, XY, XXX: Articles on Sex, Marriage and Unfashionable Beliefs

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Evangelical Christians have some explaining to do. The secular world does not understand our commitment to “traditional values” which seem quaint, obscure and oppressive. When we’re worrying about the rise of online pornography, the prevalence of cohabitation or the legalisation of ‘gay marriage’ we are portrayed as prudish, judgemental and moralistic.

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Would an Infinitely Large Multiverse Explain Away Design?

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Sceptics have sometimes attempted to explain away the evidence for a designer by asserting that we live in an infinitely large multi-verse. If the laws of nature which govern our universe had different physical constants, or if the initial conditions of the universe been slightly different, stars, galaxies and life would have been impossible.

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