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Jesus: The Cold Case a Guest Post by Glenn Peoples

July 27th, 2011 18 Comments

Glenn Peoples shares his thoughts on TV One’s recent episode Jesus: The Cold Case. Like a number of others tonight I have just watched Jesus: The Cold Case on TV One, presented by Bryan Bruce. Here are my thoughts on what I have seen. First off, who is Bryan Bruce? Bryan Bruce is an award winning producer, […]

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Guest Post: One Less God

May 18th, 2011 92 Comments

Bethyada from True Paradigm writes: I have read a few posts on the ‘one less god’ proposition. Stephen F Roberts originally put it, “I contend we are both atheists, I just believe in one fewer god than you do. When you understand why you dismiss all the other possible gods, you will understand why I […]

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Guest Post: Tim McGrew defends “The Argument from Miracles: A Cumulative Case for the Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth”

May 9th, 2011 50 Comments

A little while back we published a post linking to some talks by Tim McGrew on Undesigned Coincidences in the Gospels. For some bizarre reason this post of ours prompted fellow kiwi blogger Deane Galbraith to write a post on the Bulletin for the Study of Religion, linking to our post, on the separate topic of Tim […]

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Guest Post: No Official Religion in God’s Own?

April 6th, 2010 124 Comments

David Simpkin is a Hamilton based lawyer with an interest in church-state issues. He studied law at the University of Auckland and holds a BA majoring in history and political studies. David is married to Susan and has a infant son, Caleb. He attends Whitiora Bible Church in Hamilton. David writes: As a holiday weekend that coincides with […]

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Guest Post: Tim Wikiriwhi Reviews The Great Waitangi Debate (Uncut)

February 10th, 2010 33 Comments

On Waitangi Day, Saturday 6 Feb, TV One aired “The Great Waitangi Debate” on their Marae Program in which Matt and I were audience members. Panelist Tim Wikiriwhi (who won the MandM award for being the most inflammatory speaker of the day) has submitted his review as a guest post. Other blogs have published bits […]

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Guest Post: The Common Good – An Emergent Phenomenon

November 12th, 2009 13 Comments

This guest post comes from Nyokodo of And All These Things…. Catholic social teaching stresses that civil government should seek the common good. This post contains some critical commentary as to how to understand and apply the common good. The documents of the Church and the writings of most socially minded scholars are replete with […]

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Guest Sunday Study: Moral Perspectives on Lying

October 25th, 2009 2 Comments

Bethyada explores the morality of lying. (This guest post is part of open mic week(s)) There are a range of Christian theories on the moral acceptability of lying. The issues around lying seem difficult to fully categorise in English. The problem is a lack of simple words to express subtle differences in meaning. To illustrate […]

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