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The Good Life?

The World Wide Web can be a treacherous place. Yesterday, for example, I stumbled across a video recording of a debate between famed militant atheist Richard Dawkins and the Cardinal Archbishop of Sydney George Pell. It's interesting to record in passing that Dawkins, a scientist who knows nothing about theology, is happy to debate a theologian who knows nothing about science but resolutely refuses to debate a scientist who knows about theology. We can only guess why that is. In the debate, questions were put to both participants by members of the audience, and the first somewhat rambling question boiled down to "Can an atheist live a good life?" to which both protagonists responded "Yes".

Suffer the little children ...

A selection of children's prayers. No comment necessary.

Dear God ...

... thank You for the baby brother but what I prayed for was a puppy.
... it must be super hard to love all the people in the world, especially my brother. I don't know how You do it.
... I love Christmas and Easter. Could you please put another Holiday in the middle, there's nothing good in there now.
... are you actually invisible or is that just a trick?
... I want to be just like my daddy when I grow up but without so much hair all over.

Jonah

Here's the story of Jonah like you've never heard it before:

"Not Ashamed"

Today marks the beginning of the "Not Ashamed" campaign launched by Christian Concern, supported by its sister organisation the Christian Legal Centre.

Christian Concern says "The Not Ashamed campaign provides an opportunity for Christians across the UK to stand together and speak up for the Christian foundation of our nation, motivated by the conviction that Jesus Christ is good news not just for individuals or for the church but for society as a whole. Indeed, He is the only true hope for our nation".
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by Dr. Radut