Showing posts from May 1, 2011

Science of the Gaps

Buon giorno. Almost seven months ago, I had an exchange with Zach, an atheist, in the comments of this post . (I also exchanged comments with an obstreperous atheist who only wanted to sneer, and I gave back what I was given. Interesting contrast.) Then, I continued the discussion by giving Zach his own post , so to speak. In essence, he wanted to know when believers stop using science and start inserting God as an explanation for observations. I struggled with my explanation because sometimes it becomes difficult for me to put something that I know into coherent words that other people can understand. But I think I did reasonably well. Since then, I have learned more about the faith of atheists. Yes, faith. There are presuppositions and conditions that many atheists use: There is no God, that is a fact. No, that is a statement of faith. It also violates logic. Everything must be explained through naturalism. This "rule" is essentially based on the above

Bravado Incarnate

Warning: If you click the links, you will be subjected to strong profanity. Buon giorno. Why is it that atheists cry, "Victory is mine!" like Stewie Griffin, even when they humiliate themselves? Some in my acquaintance could slam their hand in a car door and still claim that they won a debate with the car. One of the most obstreperous atheists (who does not believe in free speech link disabled ) that I have ever encountered took a challenge (for some reason, I get all the credit, but others challenged him as well) to call Matt Slick's radio show, Faith and Reason (now renamed to " Matt Slick Live ". He was angry that the "kiddie pool" at the "Please Convince Me" Weblog was not challenging enough. Surprisingly, he did not scream or use profanity, something that I fully expected him to do. The show was entertaining and interesting, to say the least. Unfortunately, he was typical of Internet atheists: Rude Arrogant Prideful

Muslim Convert James A. Larry Gets Life in Prison after Murdering Family for Rejecting Islam

Answering Muslims: Muslim Convert James A. Larry Gets Life in Prison after Murdering Family for Rejecting Islam : "A man who was angry that his family would not go along with his conversion to Islam was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday in the slayings of his mother, pregnant wife, infant son and two nieces in a rampage last year on the South Side."

Is Atheism "More Rational"?

A letter from "T.B." of the UK illustrates the way that many atheists try to shift the goalposts of the debate in their favour. Dr Jonathan Sarfati , Creation Ministries International, Queensland, Australia responded to show that Christians need not play by self-serving new rules made up by their opponents. Click here to read the article .

Do Atheists Get Stereotyped?

Here is a feedback article from Creation Ministries International that features an email exchange between Brandon M. from Canada and CMI’s Dr Don Batten , where Dr. Batten shows how they haven’t stereotyped atheists in our article on atheism . Click here for the article, Arnie .

More Persecution Fest

From The Telegraph, reported on Palm Sunday: Electrician faces sack for displaying Christian cross in his van . An electrician and former soldier faces the sack for displaying a small palm cross in the window of his company van. Christian Evangelist Abraham Abera Beaten to Death by Muslims in Ethiopia . International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that on April 21 four Muslims beat an evangelist to death and assaulted his pregnant wife in Worabe, Ethiopia, an area that is 97% Muslim. Christian Arrested in California for Reading the Bible in Public . And the cop acted like a jerk, including not saying what the charge was! Video is less than six minutes. Repent America (RA) is denouncing the Winchester, Virginia Police Department for again assigning an undercover police officer to secretly record the free speech activities of peaceful Christian evangelists  last weekend at the city's annual Apple Blossom Festival, which attracts tens of thousands of visitors to the ci

Kirk Cameron Interview

"Christianity is not what I thought." Video is less than ten minutes.