Atheists: Would you be interested in this website?

I know there are several atheists here that like to debate religious people. I wanted to let you know my church has made a website especially for atheists. I thought some "atheist regulars" that visit R&S might like it. It allows atheists to debate against church theologians, scholars, etc. It might... show more I know there are several atheists here that like to debate religious people. I wanted to let you know my church has made a website especially for atheists. I thought some "atheist regulars" that visit R&S might like it. It allows atheists to debate against church theologians, scholars, etc. It might help you strectch your "mental muscles", or if nothing else, you might find it interesting. The website is www.strangenotions.com. It's built around three things: reason, faith, and dialogue.

The name "Strange Notions" carries a double meaning. The first sense comes from a colorful story in the biblical book of Acts. In the book of Acts, we discover the Christian convert, Paul, sailing to Athens. There he debates in the synagogue with the Jews, then in the public square, and then finally is invited to the Areopagus, a prestigious hill where Athenian philosophers gathered "for nothing else but telling or hearing something new." (Sounds like the Internet, eh?) Paul stands among the circle of pagan philosophers and appeals to what they all hold in common—devotion to truth, philosophy, poetry. His message intrigues the Athenian elite, who say, "you bring some strange notions to our ears; we should like to know what these things mean" (Acts 17:20).

This website is designed to mimic that first meeting of Christians and atheists, allowing both to discover intriguing "strange notions" on either side.

http://www.strangenotions.com/about/

http://www.strangenotions.com/about/
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