Intelligent Thought– 5

Analyzing the essay Evolution and Ethics by Steven Pinker Ethics is an important issue in the evolution and creation debate and this essay attempts to describe an alternative for their existence. But his arguments fail. #1. They believe that the theory of evolution corrodes the foundations of ethics. (pg. 143) If secular science is any … Continue reading Intelligent Thought– 5

Intelligent Thought– 4

Analysis of the essay The 'great' transition by Neil Shubin I have probably read the worst chapter ever written by an evolutionist over lunch today. The chapter title held so much promise and I was expecting to finally read actual explanations on how evolutionists decide what is a transition and how the evolutionist thinks transitions actually work. I … Continue reading Intelligent Thought– 4

Intelligent Thought–3

Analyzing the essay The Good Fight by Leonard Susskind I had high hopes for Susskind’s essay but he did disappoint and wrote his supposedly objective piece with a very biased outlook. It doesn’t come through at the beginning but as you read it, the bias and closed-mind is very easy to spot. #1. Science and … Continue reading Intelligent Thought–3

Intelligent Thought–2

Analyzing Jerry Coyne’s essay: Intelligent Design- the faith that dares not speak its name I find the book Intelligent Thought far more interesting than Your Inner Fish even though it has not disappointed me by the different authors’ closed minds and their bias. Their blind belief that evolution occurs (pg. 6) stops them from being … Continue reading Intelligent Thought–2

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#1. A-ha Moment #16 or That's Your Interpretation-- http://www.patheos.com/blogs/peterenns/2014/08/aha-moments-biblical-scholars-tell-their-stories-16-jeannine-brown/ Although I couldn’t have articulated it at the time, early on in my journey I discerned a tension between the Bible and what I can now refer to as my call to ministry Many people use the word 'call' to explain their desire for and entry … Continue reading 2 Things