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Implications of todays Supreme Court decision on freedom of religion and contraception

Today, the Supremes decided, along conservative/liberal lines, that Obamacare cannot require closely-held corporations to pay for health ca…

Started by Unseen

12 Jul 5
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Peter Kreeft's Argument from the World as an Interacting Whole

Hello everyone,   I've been reading this book by a couple of Christian apologists, The Handbook of Christian Apologetic by Peter Kreeft and…

Started by Alex

11 Jan 8, 2011
Reply by Cecilia

Was the United States founded as a religious nation? What are your thoughts.

I recently commented about an article about Wikipedia lists E pluribus unum as one of the mottoes of the United States and notes that it wa…

Started by Michael Wylie

0 Jan 6, 2011

God is known as unknown

God is known as unknown (God is known as unknown.  This is said in Veda and in Gita also) Veda says that angels and sages came to know on…

Started by Anil Antony

1 Nov 16, 2010
Reply by Greg Gorey

God can be said as an item not having the existence of worldly items

God can be said as an item not having the existence of worldly items (The existence of Para Brahman is not the existence of non-God items…

Started by Anil Antony

0 Nov 16, 2010

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