Beginning at the Beginning

Friends, Christian posted a short exercise in theology at Church Voices a few days ago. That I think you should take 60 seconds of your time to read. He wrote: I’m currently reading the book Total Truth by Nancy Pearcey.  In it she proposes Creationism as foundational to communicating the gospel. I have to agree.… Continue reading Beginning at the Beginning

Highlighting Blogs for Fun: Eternity Matters

Friends, I realize the blog world is huge and so, at the risk of diminishing your constant support of my own blog, I have decided to step out a little bit and begin to highlight some other blogs that I happen to come across here at wordpress. I don’t know if I’ll get to it… Continue reading Highlighting Blogs for Fun: Eternity Matters

The Evolution of Mankind: Great Apes, the Right to Life, Abortion on Demand

Friends, What is strange about this post is NOT the content per se, but the seriousness of the quotations attributed to certain people, the seriousness with which people are approaching this issue, the pride people are taking in the decision of the Spanish parliament. Spanish parliament to extend rights to apes I can only hope… Continue reading The Evolution of Mankind: Great Apes, the Right to Life, Abortion on Demand

A Couple of Thoughts Before I Rest: Obama, Tesh, Darwin, Slice, China, Islam, My Birthday, and Dobson

Friends, Just a couple of quick-hits tonight. First, I have a short post at Advance Signs tonight concerning the Church in China. Second, thank you, today is my birthday. I am now officially 38. Third, please boycott Slice of Laodicea as now John Tesh is the latest heretic to fall victim to the Sword of Laodicea.… Continue reading A Couple of Thoughts Before I Rest: Obama, Tesh, Darwin, Slice, China, Islam, My Birthday, and Dobson

Hitting the Big Time. *Sniff* “I’d Like to Thank…” *Sniff*

Friends, I just want you to know that I have arrived! After 13 months of blogging here at wordpress my moment is finally here: I have been linked at Wikipedia! That’s right, Wikipedia! I wrote this post about an Iranian film that is a sort of ‘response’ to Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ… Continue reading Hitting the Big Time. *Sniff* “I’d Like to Thank…” *Sniff*

The Next Step in Human ‘Evolution’?

Friends, Here’s what evolution has us looking forward to: Domo Arigato: Hooker Roboto: If you’re younger than 35, you’ll probably live long enough to put David Levy’s prediction to the test. Levy says that by 2050 we’ll be creating robots so lifelike, so imbued with human-seeming intelligence and emotions, as to be nearly indistinguishable from… Continue reading The Next Step in Human ‘Evolution’?

Judging PBS: ID Fights Back

Friends, Evidently, the Discovery Institute is fighting back. According to the Christian Post: The Discovery Institute plans to post a slide show presentation critiquing the online materials from PBS-NOVA’s “Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial” documentary on http://www.judgingpbs.com. According to the site: Introduction. PBS asserts that the evidence “unequivocally supports [Darwin’s] theory of evolution by… Continue reading Judging PBS: ID Fights Back

A New Blog to Visit & Rapid Acceleration in Evolution & Friends

Friends, Those of you who are interested might trying visiting the new blog Design of Life. Lead blogger is Denyse O’Leary who also blogs at PostDarwinist and Uncommon Descent. I have added this blog to my blogroll as well. Here’s a sampling from one of her first posts. It concerns several myths that are currently… Continue reading A New Blog to Visit & Rapid Acceleration in Evolution & Friends

What If Darwin ceased being a god?

Friends, I have blogged here a bit concerning the stupidity and inanity of Darwinism (not to mention its utter unbelievability and un-provability and, well, you get the point). Well, I came across an interesting post at Uncommon Descent this evening by Denyse O’Leary that poses the question: What would happen to science if Darwin ceased to… Continue reading What If Darwin ceased being a god?

Darwinism in its Death Throes?

Friends, Some want humanity to be captured in their web and under their control whether it is the strident Global Warming activist or the ardent Darwinist.  This is not good for thinking people. However, there is hope: Darwinism is in its evidential, mathematical, intellectual, philosophical, and ethical death throes — thus all the hysteria on the… Continue reading Darwinism in its Death Throes?

Science & Religion in Conflict?

Friends, For those of you who visit regularly, you are aware that I have been pointing out that there is a significant gap between Darwinism (materialism, Darwinian Evolution, Dawkinsian Evolution, Gouldian Evolution, Jon Evolution, evolution, macro-evolution, Jurassic Park Evolution, theistic evolution, God-of-the-gaps Evolution, etc.) and Genesis 1 (Biblical) Christianity. I believe it is very hard to… Continue reading Science & Religion in Conflict?

“Are Atheists the New Gays?” or Are Faith and Reason Incompatible?

Friends, I haven’t yet figured out this fella named Dinesh D’Souza. He seems to be all the rage nowadays among certain wings of churchianity. However, I came across this little essay he wrote and published at Townhall.com and I thought it was a rather interesting piece: Are Atheists the New Gays? Mr D’Souza spends the majority… Continue reading “Are Atheists the New Gays?” or Are Faith and Reason Incompatible?

Social Darwinism: ‘Necessary but not Sufficient’?

Friends, I have had my debates here with Darwinists and atheists. There is a great debate taking place at Uncommon Descent where BarryA has noted the Darwinian tendencies of two incidents of students shooting up their schools and killing their fellow human beings. The essay Darwin At Columbine is not a casual reading of the incident… Continue reading Social Darwinism: ‘Necessary but not Sufficient’?

10 More Really Bad Assumptions Made by Not-Christians: 21-35

Friends, I’m in a sort of writing kind of mood tonight so I’m going to share a little more of my list of things that tick me off (I’m smoothing out my language a little.) Here are numbers 21-35. 21. The assumption that all Christians are evil because of people like the folks at the… Continue reading 10 More Really Bad Assumptions Made by Not-Christians: 21-35