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Scott Cherry's Assessment of the 4/9 Debate Between Ted Barham and Ozair Tahir


 

Last Friday I attended an informal debate between Ted Barham and Ozair Tahir on the question, "Is the trinity logical, rational?"  This is my assessment of that debate and my personal rebuttal of Ozair’s argument including a summary of the doctrine of the trinity. Ozair assumed the standard Muslim position that the trinity is non-rational/illogical. But although he is a Muslim, he did not overtly argue his position on the basis of the Qur'an, rather on the pretense of logic and reason. But what he thought was good logic and sound reasoning was, in fact, fallacious. Throughout the course of the debate Ozair repeatedly demanded of Ted, "If the Bible said there were squared circles, would you believe it?" It was a trap that Ted would not fall into. Although Ted could have been much more assertive in putting forth biblical examples of the trinity, Ozair seemed generally disinterested in such evidence anyway. Instead his mind was made up that the trinity was a "squared circle" as he repeatedly resorted to this pet question.

  • 14 April 2021
  • Author: Scott Cherry
  • Number of views: 40
  • Comments: 3

Sunlight, Ultraviolet Radiation and Covid-19

by Roland Clarke

The Covid pandemic has profoundly shaken the world. “Is this a wake-up call?” Many people in the west who've lost jobs because of lockdown are receiving government handouts as emergency relief. Meanwhile countless numbers of people suffer loneliness, anxiety and depression. In fact, suicide is increasing. It is no secret: Covid 19 elicits a deep-seated fear of death. In his book, 
Struggle to Dawn, Ugo Betty stated a profound, if obvious truth, “Every tiny part of us cries out against the idea of dying and hopes to live forever.”
  • 21 January 2021
  • Author: Guest Blogger
  • Number of views: 309
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The big secret of who is the master-mind behind big-tech censorship

The power behind Facebook, Twitter, Google, and Apple might surprise you, and there are easy free market solutions to deal with them. So I wanted to take a few minutes from my trip to the Shire to discuss the real powers that are behind big tech monopolies.

 

  • 22 December 2020
  • Author: Guest Blogger
  • Number of views: 266
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John Locke vs. Thomas Hobbes

by Christian Ledford

In analyzing the creation of Adam by God, Locke made two arguments. The first argument is relatively simple; Locke argued that humans have rights and are free because God created Adam with explicit intention for him to have rights and be free. Specifically, Locke said that, although natural, rights of humans do not come randomly from nature itself or natural processes but as a direct endowment by God to mankind. The second argument is a bit more nuanced; Locke argued that, because God granted the Earth not to Adam specifically as some sort of divine monarch but to mankind in general, all of whom would come to possess the exact same rights that God endowed upon Adam, no individual has the right nor allowance to violate the rights of another. Specifically, rejecting and rebelling against the brutish Hobbesian notion of rights, Locke said that the rights of one man end where the rights of another man begin.
  • 22 December 2020
  • Author: Guest Blogger
  • Number of views: 336
  • Comments: 0
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