Just say no to secular fundementalism

This article made my blood boil! I wish we did 'do God' a lot more than we do! Guardian Unlimited | The Guardian | Just say no to abstinence: "As Alastair Campbell memorably remarked: over here we don't do God. We don't do God at all. This must be the most valuable distinction still extant between us and America, that we have yet to fall back on bogus concepts of morality to explain why some teens sleep around and shoplift, and some don't. Sorry if that sounds like triumphalism, but, God knows, … [Read more...]

Theres more where this came from!

Teaching Stories I: "Many years ago a wise peasant lived in China. He had a son who was the gleam in his eyes and a white stallion which was his favorite belonging. One day his horse escaped from his grounds and disappeared into the fields outside the village. The villagers came to him one by one and announced their condolences. They said, 'You are such an unlucky man. It is so bad.' The peasant answered, 'Who knows. Maybe it's bad, maybe it's good.' The populous left. The next day the stallion … [Read more...]

International roaming

Returning from my latest trip abroad today I reflected on a strange world that we now live in where getting accross seas is easier than going half way accross the country- why o why can't there be flights from London to Liverpool or Hull I ask myself?We live in a global village where those who live in cities can hop between them like stepping on a bus (and trust me in London you could be in most European cities by air by the time your bus got half way accross the City)And one more weird … [Read more...]

'Science cannot provide all the answers'

40% of scientists are believers. Even Richard Dawkins tells a story stating Guardian Unlimited | Life | 'Science cannot provide all the answers': "I once reached this point when I asked the then professor of astrophysics at Oxford to explain the origin of the universe to me,' he says. 'He did so, and I posed my supplementary: 'Where did the laws of physics come from in the first place?' He smiled: 'Ah, now we move beyond the realm of science. This is where I have to hand over to our good friend … [Read more...]

Global Rich List

Did YOU know you are almost certainly in the top few percentage of rich people in the world? Tell the Global Rich List how much you earn and you will get a feel for just how rich in world terms you really are!This is convicting to say the least … [Read more...]

Bible proved true in shock report!

Under The Sun: "Radio carbon dating has verified that the Siloam Tunnel under Jerusalem was indeed built by Hezekiah, as recounted in 2 Kings 20:20" … [Read more...]

hi-tech scans show babies smiling and crying before birth

And to think we still kill babies in the womb. Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | New hi-tech scans show babies smiling and crying before birth: "Images published for the first time yesterday seem to suggest that unborn babies can smile, blink and cry weeks before they leave the womb. " … [Read more...]

Learning From the Other 9/11

Christian History Corner: Learning From the Other 9/11 - Christianity Today Magazine states "the first thing a principle does if it really is a principle is to kill somebody" and goes onto describe murder carried out by Mormans.It strikes me that the very idea today that principles can kill or that a man would die for an idea seems strange. Of course it is true that ideas can be dangerous. IF we read our history books we will realise that our freedom has been bought countless times with the … [Read more...]

Microscopes have no morals

Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Microscopes have no morals: "James Watson, co-unraveller of DNA, told television viewers recently how 'embarrassed' he is to meet scientists who believe in God, or indeed who take religion seriously. He was talking to his chum and fellow atheist Richard Dawkins. Both are outstanding and prominent spokesmen for their trade - Dawkins a professor of science communication at Oxford. The message from on high seems clear. Religion is dead. Long live science. But … [Read more...]

Halal meat Cruel to animals?

This article exposes the hypocrisy of the Halal industry in the UK and outlines the arguements for why killing an animal without stunning it is neither practical nor ethical.Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Decca Aitkenhead investigates the halal industry: " In June the Food Animal Welfare Council produced a report which claimed that halal and kosher methods of slaughtering animals were inhumane, and should be outlawed immediately. Animal welfare should not, it said, be sacrificed to … [Read more...]


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