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God Is Everywhere: 2 by Dr Craig
God Is Everywhere: 2 by Dr Craig
5.0 out of 5 stars Omnipresence, 10 Jun 2014
In this delightful Book, Bill Craig tackles the tricky question of omnipresence.

Dr Craig explains in a easy to understand way that Yaweh is all places at once and yet has no pantheistic or deistic tendancies. He uses simple terms to explain the deep complexitys of a non existant magical freind being everywhere and yet nowhere all at once.

This book convays enough sophistication for a child for them to stop asking awkward questions but retains the guilt complex they will receive when looking around for god as they take a dump in a locked toilet or want to read mummys lingerie catalogues.

A wonderful purchase for the certain type of parent in the Mid west of… Read more
God Is Spirit: 1 by Dr Craig
God Is Spirit: 1 by Dr Craig
The Characters of Brown Bear and Red Goose are so lovable and easily accepted by children. In this book, Bill Craig uses the stories he told his own children to help indoctrinate a whole new generation of evangelical bigots!

Difficult subjects that a half awake child would easily pass off as garbage are masterfully manipulated using hopelessly supported "logic" to fit with a wooly vague, uninsulting, mainstream but TOTALLY Protestant dogma.

Your childs first steps into free thought will be wonderfully quashed by this book from perhaps the most talented spinner of magical nonsense this age has produced.

I reccommend this book to all Christian… Read more
Billy Ruffian by David Cordingly
Billy Ruffian by David Cordingly
5.0 out of 5 stars To Glory we Steer, 6 Mar 2014
This captured me from first page to last. (Well not the last pages as they were bibliography).
Despite having a huge bias of loving the Bellerophon to bits, this was exceptionally well written.

It covers from the aadmiralty agents riding the sodden fields of Kent to search for Mighty Oaks suitable for the construction of a Seventy Four to the awful scene of the steam powered tugboat towing the magnificent former warship to be sawn up at auction.

In between is a tale of a fighting ship who's deeds we cannot possibly understand today, sat in our swivel chairs at our LED screens. It is a time of thin meal, watered rum, reefing in a 3 ton canvas by hand on a wildly… Read more

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