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Science Series: Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God – the Most Popular Article in Wall Street Journal History

Wall Street Journal’s most popular article in its history is how science is making the case for God, not against.  Eric Metaxas published this on Christmas day 2014 and has received more hits than any other article on line for the WSJ. 894 more words

Apologetics

How do you define Ethical Leadership?

Ethical Leadership is defined as “the demonstration of normatively appropriate conduct through personal actions and interpersonal relationships, and the promotion of such conduct to followers through two-way communication, reinforcement and decision-making”… the evidence suggests that ethical leader behavior can have important positive effects on both individual and organizational effectiveness” (Rubin et al 2010: 216-17). 1,132 more words

The "Proofs" for God

I’ve recently been reading about the Proofs for God, which have existed in some form or other since the first few centuries of the church. Most of them came out of “apologies” (explanations for, rather than saying sorry for) written by the early church fathers when their views were attacked by pagan philosophers or as legal defences for Christianity during the years of terrible persecution the church faced. 1,794 more words

Contribution of Western Philosophers- Epicurus, Aristotle, Aquinas

Why do we Need to Study Western Thinkers?

Let’s make a basic idea clear first: there is no such thing as Ethics for a particular country/region/religion. 1,303 more words

Ethics

Nature Provides No Excuse

Romans 1 says man is without excuse,
For creation in place does not confuse;
The world exists because it was created,
It is the cosmological argument being debated; 190 more words

Jesus Christ

The science of change

Change… inevitable change… a topic that has fascinated people for centuries. From great philosophers such as Aristotle, Parmenides, Plato and Socrates to modern scientists and business leaders today. 1,182 more words

Organisational Change

William Lane Craig and atheist Daniel Dennett discuss cosmology and fine-tuning

This audio records a part of the Greer-Heard debate in 2007, between prominent atheist Daniel Dennett and lame theistic evolutionist Alister McGrath. Craig was one of the respondents, and this was the best part of the event. 535 more words

Debate