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debate between W. L. Oliphant ... and Charles Smith ... held in the church of Christ, Shawnee, Oklahoma, August 15 and 16, 1929 ... by W. L. Oliphant

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Published by F. L. Rowe in Cincinnati, O .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • God.,
  • Atheism.,
  • Evolution.,
  • Religious disputations.,
  • Churches of Christ -- Doctrines.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementStenographically reported by Miss Blanche Burton.
ContributionsSmith, Charles, 1887-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBL2778 .O6
The Physical Object
Pagination1 p.l., ix, 177 p.
Number of Pages177
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6738627M
LC Control Number30003994
OCLC/WorldCa5927056

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A DEBATE Between W. L. OLIPHANT Minister, Oak Cliff Church of Christ, Dallas, Texas and CHARLES SMITH President, American Association for the Advancement of Atheism, New York City. Propositions 1. "There is a Supreme Being (God, Creator)." • Affirmative: W. L. OLIPHANT. • Negative: CHARLES SMITH. 2. "Atheism is Beneficial to the Race, and is most conductive to Morality of any Theor2/5. These three questions were the subject of a debate between Charles Smith (president of the American Association for the Advancement of Atheism) and W.L. Oliphant (preacher, church of Christ). In this debate, Oliphant shows conclusively that atheism is false, that the Bible is the only standard of morals, and that evolution is not possible. Get this from a library! A debate between W.L. Oliphant and Charles Smith held in the church of Christ, Shawnee, Oklahoma, August 15 . [W L Oliphant; Charles Smith]. W.L. Oliphant, Charles Smith e-Sword Version: 9.x - x Suggest New Tag:: Debates The Oliphant/Smith Debate This debate, which originally took place in , was between: W.L. Oliphant (Christian, Preacher) Charles Smith (President, American Association for the Advancement of Atheism). The issues debated were these: There is a Supreme Being.

William Landon Oliphant was born Febru at Mounds, Indian Territory, Sapulpa, Oklahoma. His parents were Edgar and Ida (cooper) Oliphant. So far as we have been able to learn, they had no religious connections and while living on this "claim" W.L. . William Landon Oliphant and Charles Smith: Oliphant-Smith Debate () W. W. Otey and J. B. Briney: Otey-Briney Debate - "Instrumental Music" and "The Societies" () Neal Overman and O. B. Whitaker: A Public Discussion on the Question: Does the Church of Christ Offer a Scriptural Basis for the Union of All Christians? In there was a debate between W. L. Oliphant, a preacher from the Oak Cliff Church of Christ in Dallas, Texas, and Charles Smith, president of the American . But a debate was arranged between John R. Rice, a Baptist preacher in Dallas who had collaborated with Norris in the Ft. Worth debate and W.L. Oliphant. This debate was held in January, The subjects were: The Scriptures Teach That The Jews As A Nation Will Return To Palestine When Christ Returns To The Earth and Then Will Be Converted to.

W. L. Oliphant was a preacher from the Oak Cliff Church of Christ, Dallas, Texas. Charles Smith was the President of the American Association of the Advancement of Atheism, New York City. Since I purchased the debate book in , I have read and browsed through its pages with great interest. Oliphant/Smith Debate on the Existence of God, Morality, and Evolution This debate, which took place in , was between W.L. Oliphant (Christian) and Charles Smith (atheist), and dealt with the existence of God, the Bible as the only code of morality, and on where everything came from. This debate, which took place in , was between W.L. Oliphant (Christian) and Charles Smith (atheist), and dealt with the existence of God, the Bible as the only code of morality, and on where everything came from. Many sub-topics are discussed in the exchange between the two, including alledged contradictions in the Bible. Toggle navigation. Home; About; Master Index; Graves by State; Audio/Video Lessons; Books Out of Print.