Book Review: Four Views on the Historical Adam

Title: Four Views on the Historical Adam Authors: Denis O. Lamoureux John H. Walton  |  BioLogos Forum C. John Collins    |  Did Adam and Eve Really Exist? William D. Barrick | The Masters Seminary Greg A. Boyd   | ReKnew Philip G. Ryken |  Sermon Audio Publisher: Zondervan Year: 2013 Pages: 289 (e-book) Additional Information: Counterpoints:… Continue reading Book Review: Four Views on the Historical Adam

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

Scientists Discover Monkeys ‘Fishing’: The World Has Hope!!

Friends, I have at times jumped, head first, into conversations with people concerning certain ‘scientific’ discoveries here at this blog. Well, a new discovery has just come to light: Fishing Monkeys Discovered in Indonesia. I am intrigued. So I read. And I saw: BANGKOK, Thailand – Long-tailed macaque monkeys have a reputation for knowing how… Continue reading Scientists Discover Monkeys ‘Fishing’: The World Has Hope!!

On ID (Salvo Mag) and AiG (The Christian Century)

Friends, I subscribed to three or four new magazines and journals this year. Two of them are my concern with this post. The first is Salvo. I thought it might be fun and some challenging, critical reading. The first issue I received, issue 4, Winter 2008:  ID (as in, Intelligent Design). The second is The… Continue reading On ID (Salvo Mag) and AiG (The Christian Century)

What Evolution has to Offer: Tommy Ray

Friends, I haven’t done an evolution post for a while, but some of my older posts are still generating responses. For example, here’s a recent reply made by one person who is clearly a product of the non-thinking version evolution. Note the overall genius of this person’s response, the eloquence, the mastery of the language: It is… Continue reading What Evolution has to Offer: Tommy Ray