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Apologetics Minute: God as Cosmic Engineer

I was listening to the White Horse Inn the other day and came across an interview with professional skeptic Michael Shermer.  While talking about whether God exists (at 2:55), he offered up this gem: “I’d be very surprised if it … Continue reading

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Incarnate Faith

A great difficulty with which American Christians need to struggle is the separation of religion and “real life” into airtight compartments. Religion is accepted as a purely subjective idea, but is not considered either true or false in an objective, … Continue reading

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The Singularity

I’ve been hearing a lot of people talking about The Singularity (recently popularized in this article from Time).  What struck me most about the article wasn’t the concept itself (consciousness becoming immortal through some kind of fusion with highly advanced … Continue reading

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