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Countdown to South meetingApril 2015April 24th, 2015Can we believe in God when evil things happen in the world?
Countdown to North meetingApril 2015April 11th, 2015Details TBD
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Author Archives: Paul Buller
In Apologetic circles we regularly hear the claim that “Nobody is ever argued into the Kingdom.” It never seems to help change people’s minds by pointing out that many Christians do, in fact, specifically claim that the evidence persuaded them … Continue reading
A few members of our group will participate in “Ask the Apologist” at the Okotoks Evangelical Free Church on Tuesday, June 9 starting at 7PM. Feel free to join us and bring your friends and your questions. We don’t have … Continue reading
Did you attend the “Be Ready” conference put on by Faith Beyond Belief in February? Perhaps you have some questions about what you heard, or maybe some objections? Or maybe you just want to explore some of the discussions a little … Continue reading
In this brief article on the fine-tuning of the universe, the “friendly Atheist” (aren’t they all friendly?) tells us that the fine-tuning argument has been “debunked so many times over,” and that it is, at heart, a fallacy (and an … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered about the Latter Day Saint church (Mormons) or the Watchtower Society (Jehovah’s Witnesses)? Some members of our community have investigated these groups and are putting together an introduction for the rest of us. Topics will include:
Previously I blogged about the summer school I attended in July (see here and here). This is a wrap-up entry with a few questions that keep nagging at me even after the event. These questions relate to the participants, the … Continue reading