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Language, art and a bit of elbow grease

We’ve had 10 contributions this week – thanks to everyone who’s blogged, read and liked the posts, as well as anyone who’s decided to follow the blog. It’s been great reading all your posts, and I highly recommend looking after

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God’s Existence – The Time Argument

Ever wanted to learn more about how the universe came into existence? Karl S. Green’s blog post delves into the cause of the Big Bang and examines the related question of “what came before the Big Bang?” There are some

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Pascal’s Wager

Karl Green gets all philosophical on us this week exploring whether one should believe in God or not. Karl looks at Pascal’s Wager also at the Atheist’s Wager and the 4 choices each theory offers. Karl looks at his own

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