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  • Dragon Age: Inquisition
    Dragon Age: Inquisition joins the small party resurgence
    Multiplayer modes have been the highlight of many recent games and now the latest Dragon Age joins in.During the PAX Prime 2014 convention, Dragon Age: Inquisition producer Scylla Costa announced that the upcoming game would feature a “four...
  • 'Dragon Age: Inquisition' coming soon
    Dragon Age: Inquisition: 'Not just decisions but actions' impact world, says dev
    Choice and the impact of it has become an increasingly larger part of gaming development over the past handful of years. BioWare is looking to continue that trend in not only the decisions Dragon Age: Inquisition players make, but also the actions...
  • 'Inquisition' to use more peripherals?
    Xbox One & PS4 peripheral features: Wait and see for 'Inquisition', says BioWare
    Dragon Age Inquisition is setting up to be an extremely ambitious title and to make that even more true, BioWare is considering adding in some additional functionality with the SmartGlass, Kinect or PS Move, perhaps.While they are not confirming...
  • Nicolaus Copernicus
    Copernicus contradicts the Bible
    Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543) is famous for his theory that Earth moves around the Sun-and not the other way around. Copernicus was born in Torun, Poland, the son of a merchant. As a young adult, Copernicus studied mathematics at the University...
  • Portugal and Spain
    Portugal (and Spain) to Jews: Conversos come home
    Through the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, the Jews had never had better lives in Europe than those on the Iberian Peninsula. They had risen to roles of prominence in the military and governments of their countries. They were active members...
  • Martyr for Deism, Cayetano Ripoll
    Martyr for Deism: Cayetano Ripoll
    July 26, 2013 marks the 187th anniversary of the murder of Cayetano Ripoll by the Spanish Inquisition of the Roman Catholic Church. Cayetano Ripoll's "crime" was heresy. Heresy is a religious crime which allows the prevailing "...
  • Galileo Galilei
    Galileo contradicts the Bible
    Imagine a world with no clocks, thermometers, or telescopes. A world where everyone (including Christians) believes the earth stands still as the sun travels around the earth once each day. This was the world in 1564, the year of Galileo Galilei...
  • Guns, Sandy Hook, gun control laws, Inquisition, Muslim Islam, Christian apologetics
    Sandy Hook shootings, gun control laws and worldviews
    When you research the Inquisition and Muslim terrorism, as merely two examples, you will notice that the violent actions of those involved will be traced back to a worldview, a philosophy, a theology.The Inquisition is traced back to &ldquo...
  • 'Dragon Age III: Inquisition"
    'Dragon Age III' gets some brief showing off
    'Dragon Age: Origins' released to swarms of reviewer and fan success. Losing its brief stronghold on the action RPG market to the likes of its [disappointing] sequel, and 'Elder Scrolls: Skyrim'; Bioware feels confident that the...
  • Dragon Age III: Inquisition
    Bioware teases the first details for ‘Dragon Age 3’
    Bioware has revealed some of the first details for “Dragon Age III: Inquisition” during a panel at the Edmonton Comic and Entertainment Expo today. Bioware’s own Cameron Lee, producer of "Dragon Age III", has been...
  • Dragon Age 3: Inquistion
    Another trilogy's end?
    All gaming series usually have a beginning, middle, end. The titles put out by BioWare are noexception. Mass Effect started out with players making their own version of Commander Shepard andtakinghim or her through to the end battle for the sake...
  • Jonah Goldberg
    NRO’s Jonah Goldberg finds witch hunts and inquisitions ‘fascinating’
    In writing his new book about progressive ideology, National Review Online contributor Jonah Goldberg discovered some surprising facts about the inquisitions of the Middle Ages.While conducting research for The Tyranny of Clichés: How Liberals...
  • The false teachings about Christ
    The Symbolic Beasts of Revelations pt 6
    God told Israel that he was the potter and they were the clay, so the Church and Spiritual Israelites nations, were also to involve themselves with the feet and toes. They have already done so with the formation of NATO, and has removed the need...
  • Galileo and the Roman Inquisition
    Do Christians Have a History of Killing Their Opponents?
    Atheists and skeptics often attack Christianity by pointing to the historic atrocities that have been perpetrated by those who call themselves Christians. The skeptics appear to say that the reason these so-called Christian atrocities happened was...
  • Death Cult Assassins
    Warhammer 40k Spotlight: Inquisitorial Henchmen
    The new Grey Knight codex seems to bring out all of the Imperium’s finest (and shiniest) toys, but it also does something else. It lets you finally field a Inquisition army that well not being competitive, can hold its own. If you’re...