Category Archives: Talks

New Atheism, Faith and Science

This gallery contains 2 photos.

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.

Read more
More Galleries | Comments Off on New Atheism, Faith and Science

God, Santa and Flying Spaghetti Monsters

This gallery contains 3 photos.

Is it no more rational to believe in God than it is to believe in Santa or Flying Spaghetti Monsters? This downloadable audio (with some accompanying quick thoughts) confront the ludicrous meme that belief in God is no more rational than believing in Santa or Flying Spaghetti Monsters.

Read more
More Galleries | Leave a comment

The Divinity of Jesus

In this downloadable audio by David Glass (of a talk given to “Sceptic’s Corner” in Belfast) he responds to some of the modern myths about Jesus. Six quick points follow which demonstrate that the first Christians thought of Jesus as God.

Read more
Posted in Quick Thoughts, Talks | Comments Off on The Divinity of Jesus

Debate “Is There ANY Reason to Believe in God?”

A response to Michael Nugent of Atheist Ireland 

It’s one thing for a person to consider the arguments for and against God’s existence and choose atheism; but the claim that there is no reason whatsoever for belief in God is another matter altogether and one which many atheists would reject.

Read more
Posted in Talks, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Debate “Is There ANY Reason to Believe in God?”

Defending the Faith With Three Little Words

In just over 15 minutes, mathematician and historian of science Dr Mark McCartney discusses the relationship between Christianity and science and how he defends his belief in God with three little words

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip.

Read more
Posted in Quick Thoughts, Talks, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Defending the Faith With Three Little Words