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Theology and intellectual history video timeline

St. John’s College in Nottingham, which serves many students preparing for ordination in the Church of England, announces their mission as follows: “Our core purpose is to inspire creative Christian learning marked by evangelical conviction, theological excellence, and charismatic life, … Continue reading

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Difficulties of experimental refutation

According to Aristotle, when one drops a ball, the ball falls straight down to the ground, because its “natural motion” seeks the center of the Earth. The ball’s natural motion is straight down – not curved, not sideways, not diagonal, … Continue reading

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