The Burial and Resurrection

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This is a talk given by David Glass on Matthew 27:57 – 28:15 at the Crescent Church Belfast followed by a Q&A.

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Should Evangelicals Be Blamed for the Orlando Attacks?

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More likely than not, we will never penetrate the psyche of Omar Mateen. The numerous anecdotes reported in the press  do not provide us with a coherent biography. He may have been an intolerant Islamist, a bully, an outsider, a tortured homosexual or merely mentally ill.

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The Donald and the McChurch

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Those who fondly remember the days when the Gospel Coalition site could generate significant controversies in the evangelical world can cheer themselves by reading Thabiti Anyabwile’s latest posts. Pastor Anyabwile, who has always struck me as one of the wisest voices on the Gospel Coalition site, is patiently enduring fire from fragments religious right because he is encouraging evangelicals to vote for Hillary Clinton. 

It is not that Anyabwile has any great love for Clinton’s platform – quite the opposite in fact:

Hillary Clinton’s position on abortion, along with the official position of the Democratic Party, is an unquestionably evil policy.

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Mathematics and God: Beauty, Truth, and the Square Root of 666

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This is a talk (with slides) given by Dr Mark McCartney at Christians in Science Ireland. It addresses the relevance of mathematics to belief in God.

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Can Science Disprove God? 10 Quick Points

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Even the most ardent proponents of the idea that science is in conflict with God do not think that science and God are incompatible in the sense that accepting one (science say) logically requires you to reject the other (God). As Jerry Coyne states in his latest book

 ”I don’t mean logical incompatibility: that the existence of religion is simply and a priori incompatible with the practice of science.

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