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The essay description property is set to be the text type.

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Pages using the property "Essay description"

Showing 20 pages using this property.

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AD/Why You Shouldn't Eat Meat +A series of replies to many common arguments against vegetarianism.
Awc/Question Evolution and Get Answers +These are my considered answers to the questions posed by ''Question Evolution!''
Awc/The Gretchen Question +The crucial question for creationists is the age of creation.
Awc/Where I Stand +Rather than only picking apart other people's arguments, I thought I should also say where I stand.

C

CPalmer/Millionrestaurant +Debating and logical fallacies

L

ListenerX/Goddidit +An explanation of the term "Goddidit"
LowKey/Allah and God are not one +Analysis of Allah of the Qur'an and God of the Bible shows that Muslims do not worship the same Deity as Jews and Christians

P

PatternOfPersona/The logic of power +On the conceptions, and interrelations, of infinity, omnipotence, and mind
Philip J. Rayment/A failure to address arguments +Citing opinion instead of addressing arguments
Philip J. Rayment/Argument by frustration +A type of argument that is counterproductive
Philip J. Rayment/Definition of religion +Do atheists use the term fairly?
Philip J. Rayment/God seeing the future +Responding to the critic's argument that God's knowledge of the future means that it is "locked in", and Free Will therefore doesn't exist.
Philip J. Rayment/Question Evolution! questions still not adequately answered +A response to Awc's "Question Evolution" essay
Philip J. Rayment/The Gretchen Question: Response +A response to Awc's essay, "The Gretchen Question"
Philip J. Rayment/Thoughts on encyclopaedias +On what an encyclop√¶dia "should" be.
Philip J. Rayment/Visiting our home +A parable about this site.
Philip J. Rayment/Weighing the evidence +The evidence favours the Bible despite unanswered questions
Philip J. Rayment/Why eating meat is not immoral +A reply to "Why You Shouldn't Eat Meat", by AD

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RolandPlankton/Revise categories +Proposal to revise aSoK categories

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ZackMartin/In defence of 2 Maccabees +A defence of 2 Maccabees against Protestant objections
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