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New Atheism

 Now available from Amazon in paperback and Kindle (UK) and paperback and Kindle (US) 

 “In a radio conversation I suggested to Richard Dawkins that his simplistic rhetoric generated more heat than light. Dawkins agreed and Graham Veale shows why. In

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Bosch Death and the Miser

 

There can be absolutely no doubt that Hallowe’en, whether one is superstitious or not, is a festival dedicated to remembering the dead; although in this part of the world – Ireland and Scotland – it isn’t Hallowe’en, it’s Samhain

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Posts that Go Bump in the Night

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beccafumi fall of the rebel angels

Now, we’re not suggesting that the Church celebrate Halloween. But we ought to acknowledge that folks tend to think a little bit more about evil and the supernatural at this time of year; and that does present an odd opportunity

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Leonart Bramer The Fall of Simon Magus

After the Second World War, many of the Filipino partisans who had fought the Japanese turned their guns on corrupt landlords. Fearing a communist takeover, the CIA sent Colonel Edward Landsdale to save the region from the Red Peril. Landsdale had two

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expansion of universe

Full downloadable audio files of talks from a recent workshop on science and religion led by David Glass and Mark McCartney are now available. Samples of talks by David and Mark talk, along with the address by by John

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John Lennox: Sharing Hope

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SharingHope

Talks by Prof. John Lennox from the Sharing Hope conference at Glenabbey Church as well as two further Q&A sessions are now available to watch, or as downloadable MP4s, at the links below.

Sharing Hope: Talk 1 – John Lennox

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