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Michael Moore's Texas-bashing Ebola stand-up act really coming along

Forget everything you’ve learned about the nurses who contracted Ebola while tending to Thomas Eric Duncan, the first patient to die of Ebola on U.S. soil. 425 more words

Abortion

‘Dad, will dinosaurs be in heaven?’ (the answer may surprise you)

Sometimes I wonder if we Christians have missed the mark when it comes to discussing dinosaurs. I think about this often because I have a 6-year-old who, honestly, wishes he were a triceratops. 875 more words

Parents Of Toddlers

Toward Emancipation


For who that has understanding will suppose that the first, and second, and third day, and the evening and the morning, existed without a sun, and moon, and stars? 750 more words

Poetry

New Big Bang Research - Part II

In an earlier interview, in a conversation about the beginning of the universe, one scientist made the claim that science has “made it clear that there is a plausible case that a universe like the universe we live in could result literally from nothing…” 394 more words

Random Stuff

The Creation Account: a display of God as supremely loving and triumphant

In most theological circles that hold scripture in high regard, the common hermeneutical refrain is often that of ‘Let the Bible interpret the Bible’. While this is in fact a wonderful rule of thumb, far too often in practice, we can digress into a plain reading hermeneutic based primarily on Prima Facie. 2,355 more words

Ken Ham is not my spokesman...well, I wish he wasn't.

This is a piece in the Atlantic, “Debating Dinosaurs With Creationists,” interviewing Ken Ham at his famous Creation museum in Kentucky.

I figured from the title that it probably wasn’t in the… 1,148 more words

Reading

The Age of the Earth and Church Unity

Much has been written in the past decade on Creation, and particularly with regard to the age of the earth. While I myself, for exegetical reasons, would consider myself a… 424 more words

Creation