This past year I have read some unbelievers posts depicting their tiredness of being asked this question when it comes to creation. I am tired of their tiredness because this is an important question to ask unbelievers when they trumpet their supposed evidenced for an alternative origin of the universe and life. In Job 38:4 … Continue reading Where Were You…?
Month: December 2013
2013 in review–Thank You
A Word of Thanks for all those who took the time to read this blog this past year. I appreciate it. I removed the link to the detailed report as that is not as important as the message this site is bringing. I simply put this here to say thank you to the readers … Continue reading 2013 in review–Thank You
As we have seen, the flat earth thought did not originate from the common people, as they had the ancient sailors to set them straight, but rather that thinking came from the secular scientist who should have known better. Many archaeologists and scholars have long derided the idea that ancient sailors traveled more than a … Continue reading Ancient Mariners
James McGrath has a cute graph on his website depicting the supposed problem creationists have with the evolutionary theory. You can see it here, it is the giant red ball http://www.patheos.com/blogs/exploringourmatrix/2013/12/five-awful-reasons-to-teach-creationism-in-schools.html The accusation made by evolutionists towards those who reject their theory is a common one and it is their go to defense when they … Continue reading Understanding Evolution
It is a word that is tossed around a lot these days and usually by those who want to practice alternatives to what is traditionally accepted as and is really normal. Yet over the years I have found that those who demand tolerance from the normal people are the least tolerant of all. Here are … Continue reading Tolerance
Much To Talk ABout- 22
#1. What Is Philosophy-2: From 'A Brief History of Thought' by Luc Ferry I have only read the introduction, the First Chapter and the Conclusion of this book and in the conclusion we read these words: As you will have guessed, I love philosophy...I think it permits us to create a theoria which gives the … Continue reading Much To Talk ABout- 22
What Is Philosophy?
The title of this article is taken from the title of the first chapter of Luc Ferry's book, 'A Brief History of Thought'. I can't change the title for as Dr. Ferry answers that question in his own way with his own answer so I must answer it with God's answer. When I read the … Continue reading What Is Philosophy?
Why We Study History- 2
I decided to write one more article tonight. Over the years I have acquired many degrees and if I wanted to, I could have been a scholar and be focused on publishing academic and technical work. But that doesn't interest me. Scholars and academics are interested in discussion not the truth. They do not concern … Continue reading Why We Study History- 2
This probably will be my last post before Christmas and the quotes all come from the following website: http://www.greatarchaeology.com/ At that site is a menu bar where you can click on the individual topic to get more information. Now this site isn't Christian but it does have good information to learn more about the different … Continue reading Archaeology Definitions
Protecting The Innocent
You may have heard of the attempt to make parents responsible for their children's crimes. It is not a new idea but I am not sure how successful those supporters have been in passing laws to make that a reality. Here are a few links to articles providing the details to these laws: http://www.ojjdp.gov/pubs/reform/ch2_d.html http://articles.philly.com/2010-03-16/news/24957182_1_parenting-classes-parental-responsibility-laws-parent-university … Continue reading Protecting The Innocent