There is a view making the rounds in American Christianity called the Temple Innaugeration view which runs counter to the Biblical worldview. In this article, I will attempt to explain what the temple inauguration view is, and why, as Christians, we should not follow it and how we can explain to others about why this … Continue reading Inauguration or Creation?
Editors Note: Matt Walsh, who we have written about before in his attacks on a young earth, went after Ken Ham and Answers in Genesis in a very unsporting, angry, arguably arrogant live stream recently. Since we've discussed this before, we won't recover old ground, instead covering the harsh accusations Walsh hurled at Answers in … Continue reading A Very Angry Millennial
This blog hurts to write. It hurts because I am going to have to deal with an issue I have skirted as best I could because of the implications. That issue is evolutionary creationism. I know I'm going to make enemies for this article. But, at this point, I don't care. And it isn't so … Continue reading Evolutionary Creationism: Atheism Lite
After graduating from Christ's College, Charles Darwin was burning to use his newfound scientific knowledge. His contact with numerous scientists at the university had only increased his desire for knowledge and his desire to work in a scientific capacity. He had planned to voyage with some classmates to the Canary Islands to study there for … Continue reading Who was Darwin? Pt 2 Beagle