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Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview

Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview is a book on the philosophy of science by Moreland and Craig in which the epistemiology of naturalism is explored, demonstrating the catastrophe for the atheist who affirms naturalism and denies the independent existence of souls.

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Hyperspace and the Spiritual Realm

Dr Gary Sutliff should be congratulated for his attempt to link Biblical descriptions of the spiritual realm to modern physical scientific understanding of the universe, particularly hyperspace. He struggles partly because of literalism where scripture is not clearly literal, and because of his strong Pre-millenial theology which is not sustained in the Biblical theology of many genuine Christians.

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Adam’s Curse : Book Review

A well written book accounting for the eventual biological deletion of Y chromosome distinctives, and speculative genetics explaining homosexuality and altruism. If he had an opinion consistent with his thesis of genetically determined altruism, Sykes would find it difficult to explain genetically why Jesus died in the place of sinful human beings despite having no other ‘genetic’ copies of his Y chromosome in existence.

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Pagan Christianity by Frank Viola

This book seeks to outline “The Origins of Our Modern Church Practices” essentially in paganism, not just from the Greco-Roman historical period through to the 20th century.

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The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins

Dawkins applies his brilliant mind to extrapolate well beyond science. …. Dawkins presents his speculations as proof of his view that ultimately belief in God is a delusion. ….. the scientific method itself which does not permit such certainty.