Archive for April, 2013


Intelligent Design The Future – Prof. John Lennox on His New Book Seven Days That Divide the World. Listen to full audio here.

An extract for someone I know to illustrate some content from Dr Craig & that is likely interesting to others also.

Some of this is “heavier philosophy”, but I find the way of thinking fascinating somehow – mostly in matters more relevant to normal life than ‘intentionality’, discussed here. This is likely because philosophy is really something that everyone “tries their hand at”, without realizing they do & even the most educated in other professions make basic mistake in reasoning & logic that just exposes a basic deficiency in their ability to reason things through … and what is a more basic requirement for educators & “opinion makers” of the “class of fame” of Richard Dawkins and the like. If they are found out failing in logical & reasoning capability, how can we take them seriously?

Dawkins actually made a famous error of the same kind – maybe depending on who you ask. The issue was confusing mechanism & agency in the very famous God Delusion Debate with John Lennox.

Reasonable Faith Podcast – Objections to the Ontological Argument. Listen to full audio here.

There are preachers that are teaching this. How do they figure this makes sense? …audio below.

More information on hyper-grace in this video:

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Students were given no option except putting forward a “convincing argument” about why Jews are the source of problems in the world. Just an academic “thought experiment”? …just like the one also mentioned of kids having to write the name of Jesus on paper & stomping on it!? The unthinkable horror – forced blasphemy at school? How far have we descended into the abyss? – The Briefing. Listen to full audio here.



Seems like an April’s fool joke, maybe it once could have been. Not in 2013 and beyond – likely more like the twilight zone. Have a listen…

From military material:

A U.S. Army Reserve Equal Opportunity training brief describes “Evangelical Christianity” and “Catholicism” as examples of “religious extremism,” according to the Archdiocese for the Military Services and the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty, who shared a copy of the documents with The Christian Post.

Listed alongside “extremist” groups and organizations like the Klu Klux Klan and al-Qaida, the U.S. Army slideshow has “Evangelical Christianity” as the first bullet, followed by the Muslim Brotherhood, Ultra-Orthodox Judaism and farther down on the slide, Catholicism.

Below the slide (image above part of a slideshow presentation) there is the following accompanying text that condemns any religion that believes that it is the only “right way” and that believes that other religions are wrong…

Extremism is a complex phenomenon; it is defined as beliefs, attitudes, feelings, actions, or strategies of a character far removed from the “ordinary.” Because “ordinary” is subjective, no religious group would label itself extreme or its doctrine “extremism.” However, religious extremism is not limited to any single religion, ethnic group, or region of the world; every religion has some followers that believe that their beliefs, customs and traditions are the only “right way” and that all others are practicing their faith the “wrong way,” seeing and believing that their faith/religion superior to all others. – Source

Audio from: “American War Against Religious Faith”. Line of Fire Radio, Listen to full audio here.

…finding the Jesus most Jews don’t know & hasn’t known for thousands of years & that the church has not shared with them.

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You think the heading above is wrong-headed? Listen to the audio segment below & see how you would very likely change your mind.

Reasonable Faith Podcast – Taken from “Do Theists Really Believe in God?”. Listen to full audio here.


Was the five books of Moses written by multiple authors? This “multiple author theory” is being abandoned by scholars, as reported here, in brief by Dr Michael Brown. He has a PhD in near-eastern languages – well qualified to summarize current scholarship on this.

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…so you may have heard of this translation controversy. Which is it, “like a lion” or “pierced”?

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Over-the-counter, for all ages, without a prescription. Any need to say more?

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