The popularity of evolution blinds the eyes of multitudes to its Biblical errors, especially when endorsed by popular leaders like Timothy Keller.
Brian Myers: Everything man thinks he knows, everything he thinks he has learned, will be skewed if the starting point for that knowledge is not God.
In his anti-Biblical science, Timothy Keller imagines that all humans can hold two fundamental beliefs because of mankind’s naturalistic evolution.
Christ demands mankind believe in Him and His Word without doubt or unbelief, including the Genesis 1-2 account of creation. Timothy Keller does not agree.
Tom Hill takes a closer look at Dr. Timothy Keller’s position regarding our origins critiquing his article “Creation, Evolution and Christian Laypeople.”
Bill Nye gives an inane explanation for why he supports core standards and why some people oppose them demonstrates he lacks knowledge on both subjects.
Can you be a Christian and an evolutionist? There are some professing Christians who believe one can believe in Jesus Christ and still hold to the theory of evolution. Those who hold to such views are often called “Theistic Evolutionists.” There are many reasons for them holding to such views. Some have been persuaded that […]
Ever since Iowa State University illustrated its academic bigotry in the case of Professor Gonzalez I have wanted to write a bit about Darwinism (I use this term as Charles Hodge used it, concluding that it was atheism) and initially I wanted to express something of my outrage at what happened. Now, I’m more inclined […]
Miscellany before the weekend. Enjoy! Fred Barnes: Virginia Moves Back to the Right Stand to Reason: Snake with a Foot: Freak, Not Transition by Melinda Penner A-Team Blog: Does The Church Have Authority by David Nilsen Desiring God: The Metrics of Success Christians in Context: Why Theology Sucks Challies: On Visiting Saddleback Church Al Mohler: […]
My wife brought Rekha Basu’s latest contribution to our bird cage’s lining to my attention yesterday. It was her Tuesday op/ed in the Des Moines Register entitled – “Remember, religion isn’t fact.” She wrote: Back in February, Republican State Rep. Rod Roberts of Carroll introduced a bill in the Iowa Legislature purporting to protect the […]
1. “On Victimization as Racism” by Collin Brendemuehl It comes in multiple forms. It comes on all sorts of colors (pun not intended). And sometimes it hides against the wallpaper and is difficult to discern. But it is there and it haunts humanity like the Predator hunted down Arnold. It is racism. Caleb Rosado notes […]