When academia, public schools, and Big Tech suppress scientific information challenging evolution, it’s no wonder public support for evolution is growing.
Stephen Meyer’s new book ‘Return of the God Hypothesis’ documents the history of the fall of the God hypothesis in science, and explains why it’s back.
‘Denial of Evolution Is a Form of White Supremacy’ is Scientific American’s not-so-subtle way of saying this synonymous phrase: ‘The Bible is racist.’
While the rest of us can’t imagine life without beauty, its absence would certainly make life easier for evolutionists. They will just have to accept their beautiful plight.
Only a person with a few screws loose would think after watching ‘The Jungle Book’ that he should follow Mowgli into the jungle and make friends with wolves, panthers, and bears. This guy treats ‘The Lion King’ similarly.
Dedicated Neo-Darwinists often say ‘no serious scientists disagree’ with Darwinism, or ‘only creationists have problems.’ These contentions are increasingly disproven.
Canadian critic Paul Gosselin’s ‘Flight from the Absolute’ is a skillful dissection of the many and various ways postmodernism and its institutional enforcers are undermining society.
Prine questions if we even have the right to unmercifully manipulate our surroundings in the pursuit of perfect unhindered autonomy.
This film is an opportunity to see what the natural world might be like if the principle of sufficient reason were false and God had abandoned us to Darwin and Nietzsche.
Creationists may be completely wrong about how the cosmos was born, but they clearly know how babies are created. And in a Darwinist calculus, reproductive rates are what count.
The Kakapo’s evolution is a cautionary tale, and one that the modern dating world would do well to hear.
A photo of beefcake actor Chris Hemsworth making a cake for his daughter has a lot to say about the role of men and of masculinity.
The media have targeted Scott Walker about evolution, “real” Christianity, and now prayer. Why? Because they think religion deserves mockery, not reverence.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker should have gone full Colonel Jessup on reporters who think science can determine prudential action.
Public schools really need Bill Nye to break out his debunker on their selection of Christmas music for recitals and pageants.
Research shows creationists are as capable of scientific thinking as anyone else.
I’d hate to live in a world where religion dictates how we view science about as much I’d hate to live in a world where science is mistaken for morality.
Instead of looking for God in the crevices of the yet unknown, Christians should shower those who do not yet know God with his love.
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