God in the Dock; Essays on Theology and Ethics Fun Activities

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Awe-Inspiring Power - Presentation

The author suggests that fear humans experience when gazing into the awe-inspiring power of the universe is a sign that the shadow of an all-powerful creator is present in the universe. He suggests that a Christian need not fear a massive, terrifying universe, but a materialist should. The "awe-inspiring power" could be seen in images of theories explaining the vast scale of the universe, or the complexity and behavior of its tiniest constituents. Prepare a short presentation of one awe-inspiring component of the "massive, terrifying universe". The presentation should center around a small number of striking visuals drawn from scientific sources. Explain the visuals and the way in which they inspire awe, fear and wonder.

Critical Review - Creative Writing

Lewis contends that Christianity can be viewed as a story intentionally written and orchestrated by God, and that, in this sense, certain events such...

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