Tony Davis
The picture above was taken in one of Saddam's former
palaces.  Well, the palace isn't former, he is, but you get the
idea.  The marble mural behind me depicts the glorious defeat
of the Christian Crusaders at the hands of Saladin.  I don't
suppose the Crusaders thought it was all that glorious but in
this part of the world they look at it a bit differently.
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Recent Articles....
Counting on the Bible? Part 1 - Is the Old Testament trustworthy?

Counting on the Bible? Part 2 - Is the New Testament trustworthy?

Counting on the Bible? Part 3 - Should we turn to the Bible for moral
guidance?

Counting on the Bible? Part 4 - Should we turn to the Bible for family
values?

Counting on the Bible? Part 5 - Does the Bible promote equal rights
for women?

Counting on the Bible? Part 6 - Does the Bible sanction slavery?

Counting on the Bible? Part 7 - What does the Bible teach us about
racism?

Counting on the Bible? Part 8 - What does the Bible teach us about
justice?

Counting on the Bible? Part 9 - How does biblical wisdom stack up
against science?

Counting on the Bible? Part 10 - Are biblical prophecies reliable?

Counting on the Bible? Part 11 - What does the Bible tell us about
Jesus?

Counting on the Bible? Part 12 - Conclusion:  Did you vote for God
yesterday?

Skeptical of Christian Apologetics. Part 1 - Bad reasons for believing
in God

Skeptical of Christian Apologetics. Part 2 - The minimal facts argument

Skeptical of Christian Apologetics. Part 3 - The argument from design

Skeptical of Christian Apologetics. Part 4 - The fine tuning argument

Skeptical of Christian Apologetics. Part 5 - The ontological argument

Skeptical of Christian Apologetics. Part 6 - Betting against Pascal

Skeptical of Christian Apologetics. Part 7 - The argument from morality

Skeptical of Christian Apologetics. Part 8 - The cosmological argument

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