1. Is God a Delusion? - William Lane Craig vs Lewis Wolpert


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    Professor Craig debated Professor Wolpert at Central Hall, Westminster, with John Humphrys in the chair. Professor Wolpert is Professor of Biology as Applied to Medicine at University College, London and is well known for his atheistic beliefs. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums http://www.reasonablefaith.org

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    • Lecture #5 - The Westminster Assembly


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      • Launch Event: Audit of Political Engagement 9, Part Two - The Media and Politics


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        he media claim to play a critical role in our democracy, shining a bright light on those in power on behalf of the public. But in the context of that place in our democracy, what role and responsibilities, if any, do they have in relation to political engagement? After a turbulent year for politics and the media the implications for public perceptions of politics and our democracy was explored in part two of our Audit of Political Engagement, launched on Thursday 12 July in Parliament.

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        • Audit of Political Engagement 9 (Pt. I) Launch Event


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          Disgruntled, disillusioned and disengaged. New Hansard Society research shows people are turning away from national politics The 2012 Hansard Society annual Audit of Political Engagement, published on April 25, shows that the public’s growing sense of indifference to politics as highlighted in last year’s Audit has hardened into something more serious as public attitudes become more negative. Download Audit 9 here: http://bit.ly/JFCva9

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          • 2008 Christmas Vespers


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            Westminster College will continue a long-standing tradition with the presentation of "The Gifts of Christmas" at Christmas Vespers on Sunday, Dec. 7, at 7 p.m. in Orr Auditorium. The public is invited to attend. The annual worship service includes music from a variety of vocal and instrumental ensembles; liturgical dancers; Scripture readings; and "Twelve and More," the message from Westminster College Chaplain the Rev. James R. Mohr II. Additional faculty and staff participating are: Anne Bruening, director of handbell choirs; Robert Cole, coordinator of The French Horns; Father Philip Farrell, rector of St. Camillus Church in New Castle; Perry Gatch, coordinator of the Percussion Ensemble; Dr. R. Tad Greig, coordinator of the Brass Ensemble; Mr. Kris Harper, director of Women's Chorus; James Henderson, director of Gospel Choir; Dr. Robin Lind, director of choral activities; Kathryn Davison Miller, Westminster College organist; David Tessmer, coordinator of The Flute Choir and The Woodwind Quartet; and Gina Sharbaugh, artistic director of Dance Theatre. Members of the campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity and campus ministry team will provide ushers. Richard Maggazine will provide interpretation for the deaf. Angel Tree gifts that will be displayed in Orr Lobby were purchased by members of the campus community for children in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program in Lawrence County, Walker House, and Wilmington Area School District. Members of the Chapel Staff Service Team and Kappa Delta sorority coordinated the effort. Offerings collected will be used to support the all-campus Habitat for Humanity spring break work trip to Biloxi, Miss., to build homes for those affected by Hurricane Katrina. The service will be video taped by Westminster broadcast communications students for broadcast throughout the Advent season on Comcast channel 10 and Armstrong channels 72 and 204. Westminster's Residence Life Staff will provide campus luminaries. Following the service, the Chapel Staff will host a reception and time of fellowship in Orr Lobby and the Art Gallery, where Habitat's "Doors Around the World" photo exhibit may be viewed. Contact Mohr at (724) 946-7116 or e-mail mohrjr@westminster.edu for additional information.

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            • Lecture #6 - The Westminster Assembly


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              • Lecture #7 - The Westminster Assembly


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                • La Autoridad Soberana de las Sagradas Escrituras - Jorge Ruiz Ortiz


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                  deuteronomio 18:9-18 Cuando entres a la tierra que Jehová tu Dios te da, no aprenderás a hacer según las abominaciones de aquellas naciones. No sea hallado en ti quien haga pasar a su hijo o a su hija por el fuego, ni quien practique adivinación, ni agorero, ni sortílego, ni hechicero, ni encantador, ni adivino, ni mago, ni quien consulte a los muertos. Porque es abominaciòn para con Jehová cualquiera que hace estas cosas, y por estas abominaciones Jehová tu Dios echa estas naciones de delante de ti. Perfecto serás delante de Jehovátu Dios. Porque estas naciones que vas a heredar, a agoreros y a adivinos oyen mas a ti no te ha permitido esto Jehová tu Dios. Profeta de en medio de ti, de tus hermanos, como yo, te levantará Jehová tu Dios; a él oiréis; conforme a todo lo que pediste a Jehová tu Dios en Horeb el día de la asamblea, diciendo: No vuelva yo a oir la voz de Jehová mi Dios, ni vea yo más este gran fuego, para que no muera. Y Jehová me dijo: Han hablado bien en lo que han dicho. Profetas les levantaré de en medio de sus hermanos, como tú; y pondré mis palabras en su boca, y el les hablará todo lo que yo le mandare. Academia de Teología Reformada: http://www.academiareformada.com Westminster Hoy: westminsterhoy.wordpress.com Editorial Peregrino: editorialperegrino.com/default.aspx

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                  • 2014 Westminster College Christmas Vespers


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                    Westminster College continues a long-standing tradition of its Christmas Vespers Service Sunday, December 7, at 3 p.m. at Orr Auditorium. The service was open to the public. The annual worship service, "Wonder, Wonders, and Wandering," includes familiar Christmas music performed by the Westminster Combined Choirs, Wind Ensemble, Brass Quintet, Westminster and New Wilmington Presbyterian Church Hand Bell Choirs, Flute Choir, and Gospel Choir. Following the lighting of the Advent candles and scripture reading, the message is given by Reverend James R. Mohr II, College chaplain. Additional faculty and staff participating are: Dr. Samuel W. Barbara, director of Choral Activities; Ms. Anne P. Bruening, director of Handbell Choirs; Dr. R. Tad Greig, director of Wind Ensemble; Mr. James Henderson, director of Gospel Choir; Ms. Kathryn Davison Miller, organist; Fr. Michael Peck, rector, St. Camillus Church; Mr. David P. Tessmer, director of Flute Choir; and Dr. Timothy D. Winfield, director of Brass Quintet. A voluntary offering was taken to support the campus ministry and Habitat for Humanity spring break work trips to Georgetown, Del., and Georgetown, S.C. Angel tree gifts, which were displayed in Orr Auditorium Lobby, were purchased by members of the campus community to support children and youth through Big Brothers/Big Sisters, the Walker House, the Pennsylvania Homeless Children's Initiative and the Bair Foundation. The Office of Faith and Spirituality coordinated the effort.

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                    • 17th November 2013, Pastor Alwyn Wall


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                      Luke 9:51-62 "He Didn't Come To Destroy"

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