Rather than disproving a morally perfect Being, the evil in the world...– Norman L. Geisler, Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics: 500.
Gary Larson's Far Side: Recreations for Recreation →
I have all the Far Side Galleries plus the PreHistory of the Far Side on the shelf virtually next to where I am now typing this post. If there is not a blog or somesuch site collating these recreations for recreation, there bloody well should be: Gary Larson is best known as the creator of The Far Side, the wonderfully off the wall single panel cartoon which was syndicated all over the world for...
Star Trek Comics Return! l Comic Book Therapy →
Really need to see the 2009 film and start reading this when it hits the stands. Having played lots of Mass Effect 2 this spring I am craving for a run of sci-fi comic goodness! Kudos to IDW & CBS: Star Trek Comics Return! l Comic Book Therapy: ” The Star Trek universe will never be the same following the events of the game-changing, blockbuster 2009 film. Beginning with STAR TREK #1...
Dawkins Refuses God-Debate with William Lane Craig
beholdthelion: Richard Dawkins, outspoken atheist and critic of religion, may be losing his nerve. He has just refused four British invitations to publicly debate with eminent philosopher William Lane Craig when he visits the UK this October. The requests came from The British Humanist Association, The Cambridge Debating Union, the Oxford Christian Union and Premier Radio. William Lane Craig is...
Interesting podcast on superheroes and society →
“Join host Sam Welbaum and panelists Paul Hughes, Derek Brover and Chris Leigh as they delve into the oft ignored world of Cultural Apologetics and deal with questions pertaining to meaning, myth, morality, narratives and cultural shifts. If you’ve ever wanted to know how superheroes relate to and help us understand the Great Depression, the Civil Rights Movement, the Cold War or the...
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What's all this about then?
I thought about lifting off a blog discussing comics and God. But blogs are hard work and, you know, so 2008. Could I do something of the kind here? Will investigate. M.