Discover Pandeism

Jan 6th, 2017 | By

Pandeism is a new anthology from Iff Books which presents the work of sixteen authors, new and old, examining the implications of the revolutionary evolutionary theological theory of Pandeism – the proposition that the Creator of our Universe created by becoming our Universe, and that this proposition can be demonstrated through the exercise of logic

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Who’s Right about whose Right? 

Nov 10th, 2015 | By

by Jack E. Brush Once again, we are observing the failure of “rights talk” to resolve the most pressing social issues of our day. In an interview last Saturday on the Christian Broadcasting Network, Jeb Bush defended the view that Christian business owners have the right to refuse service at same-sex marriages. Quoting “Huffington Post”:

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Human Rights Revisited by Prof. Dr. Jack E. Brush

Jul 7th, 2015 | By

“Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”—this is without doubt one of the best-known phrases in American history. It is probably safe to assume that almost every American knows the phrase, although many may not be sure whether it appears in the Declaration of Independence, in the body of the Constitution or in the Amendments

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Citizens of the Broken Compass by Jack E. Brush

May 1st, 2015 | By

Why Is Darwin Still a Topic of Debate? When we consider that it has been over 150 years since the publication of Darwin’s groundbreaking work On the Origin of Species, we have to ask ourselves why the validity of his ideas is still a topic of discussion and sometimes heated debate. No one worries today

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An Argument for Polytheism by Steven Dillon

Apr 2nd, 2015 | By

Extracted from The Case for Polytheism by Steven Dillon An Argument for Polytheism If gods have been perceived, then polytheism is true. Gods have been perceived. Therefore, polytheism is true. Explanation and Defense This simple and straightforward argument is logically valid. As is customary then, we’ll focus on appraising its premises. Fortunately, there are only

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