Month: October 2017

Did Darwin Steal The Theory of Evolution?

A common, but erroneous conclusion is that the basic idea of biological evolution was conceived by Charles Darwin as a secular, non-theistic solution to the problem of origins.  It is also frequently implied, by Darwinist, that the theory of biological…

Legislating Wickedness

Articles have no attractive colors and themes like book covers, so there is only one chance to grab the attention. It usually means that the stinger comes first and the explanation is what follows. In this article, the title may…

Becoming Something More Than Human

If you could become something more than human, if you could merge your mind and body with technology that would give you superhuman powers, allowing you eternal life, would you do it?  Transhumanists would!. They envision a day of Singularity…

The Bible Speaks of Terrorism

Americans have a generally weak understanding of sound Biblical theology. This is evidenced in our academic curriculum, movie and media depictions of God, the church and ministers, and in the common wisdom of the day. We have many books and…

Whitewashing Sin

Sin has become an alien concept in the minds of many, whitewashed into a bogus respectability by the social engineers of “political correctness” attempting to bring into being a pernicious plague of sexual insanity more deadly than the external threat…

All Are Victims of The Police State

“All governments suffer a recurring problem: Power attracts pathological personalities. It is not that power corrupts but that it is magnetic to the corruptible.”― Frank Herbert Power corrupts. Worse, as 19th-century historian Lord Acton concluded, absolute power corrupts absolutely. It…

How Tyranny Rises and Freedom Falls

  This is how tyranny rises and freedom falls. What characterizes American government today is not so much dysfunctional politics as it is ruthlessly contrived governance carried out behind the entertaining, distracting and disingenuous curtain of political theater. And what…

Render Unto Ceasar?

  Jesus often used parables and other indirect rhetorical devices, some that represented more complete stories like “The Laborers in the Vineyard,” (Matthew 20:1-16), some that offered shorter insights like “The Pompous Pharisee and the Sinful Tax Collector” (Luke 18:9-14),…

Voting Is An Exercise in Moral Judgment

In an article at First Things, George Weigel wrote that the American political campaign has never been for the squeamish.  With the sole exceptions of George Washington’s two uncontested elections, every presidential campaign, every local and state election  has seen…

FBI, Russian Spies, Hillary, Bill and Money

As much as the developing Uranium scandal points to Hillary Clinton trading in the security of the United States for family enrichment, the latest development from The Hill indicates that the FBI may have known Russia was trying to influence…

Speaking Truth in a Wrong World

Pilate asked Christ, “What is truth?” but he refused to listen to His answer. Christ had said earlier, “I am the way, the truth, and the life.” He was then, He is today, and will be tomorrow. A lie doesn’t…

Murder for Hire

“Eugenics is so heavily subsidized by government because it is a major source of fresh body parts for corporation and academic research which is nothing more than modern day versions of the human experimentation labs administered by mass murders such…