August 28th, 2016

Defective Reasoning from the Chief Justice of Belize?

by Clinton Chisholm

Defective Reasoning from the Chief Justice of Belize

I took the time  last Sunday to read through the ruling from the Chief Justice of Belize in the Caleb Orozco claim against the Attorney General ( the Defendant) re his breached right of “freedom to express his preference or …

August 21st, 2016

The Existence of God: Nature’s Evidence Pt 3

by Clinton Chisholm

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The Existence of God: Nature’s Evidence
[Ps. 19:1-2]

PART 3

In stark contrast to Wald we find a most revealing statement from the famous British mathematician and astronomer Sir Fred Hoyle who originated the steady-state theory of the formation of …

August 21st, 2016

The Existence of God: Nature’s Evidence Part 2

by Clinton Chisholm

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The Existence of God: Nature’s Evidence
[Ps. 19:1-2]

 

PART 2

According to Paley, the existence and design of a watch suggest the existence of a watchmaker.  Likewise, the design exhibited in nature and matter, reveals adaptive complexity similar to …

August 21st, 2016

The Existence of God: Nature’s Evidence Part 1

by Clinton Chisholm

existence-of-God

The Existence of God: Nature’s Evidence
[Ps. 19:1-2]

PART 1

“The heavens declare nothing really, the firmament showeth nothing really, day unto day uttereth nothing really and night unto night showeth nothing really. There is no speech or language from …

August 19th, 2016

Going on Mission (Mt. 10:16)

by Clinton Chisholm

going on mission

In this sermon I do not intend to engage so much in a detailed exposition of the text though we shall grapple with it somewhat. What I plan to do is engage in what I call a transposition of the …

August 19th, 2016

The Need for Critical Thinking

by Clinton Chisholm

the need for critical thinking

French Philosopher, Rene Descartes, in a bid to guarantee certainty in the content of his knowledge decided on a method of doubting everything. After operating thus for a while he said he discovered that while he was thinking and doubting …