Monthly Archives: January 2013

Upcoming talk – Math and Quantum Physics

[Oops. Neil clarified that there isn’t actually anything about Quantum Physics in his talk. When we originally discussed the idea Quantum Physics was also bounced around as a possible subject so it stuck in my mind. Sorry about the confusion.] … Continue reading

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Monthly meeting – God of the Old Testament

What a week! We met two Saturdays ago and only now am I finally getting around to blogging about it. Lisa Guinther of Boulder Colorado was kind enough to Skype in and share some of her research with us. She … Continue reading

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Reason in religion – part 2

In a recent post I commented on the role of reason in religion and how the Church has become lopsided away from using our higher intellectual faculties with respect to matters of faith. I briefly touched on the fact that … Continue reading

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Free Kindle book – Myth became Fact

I haven’t read it yet, but it’s free and it sounds good. It’s only available for Kindle, so it’s time to go paperless if you haven’t already. Myth became Fact: Storytelling, Imagination and Apologetics in the Bible Limited time, I’m … Continue reading

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Communication restored

This is just a quick note to say we have successfully transferred functionality from the first web host provider to the new one. This will impact people in two primary ways. First, if you want info about NCAC just send an … Continue reading

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