People fear death. It is a natural, built in fear which causes people to attempt all manner of absurd treatments to avoid it. Millions of dollars are spent annually on research attempting to slow or reverse the bodies aging process, while hundreds of millions are spent by people worldwide desperately trying to reverse aging. A … Continue reading Reverse aging?
I wanted to address this topic because its something I hear a lot of in apologetics. A lot of well-meaning Christians make statements that run something like this "We don't want to talk about Genesis, it's just too controversial. We don't want people to leave the church over a non-salvation issue." While I understand their … Continue reading Should Christianity be Controversial?
This article is not going to make me any friends. I know that. But since it seems that mainstream Christianity is, again, attempting to wrestle with this issue, I thought I should address it. Please understand, I am in no way attempting to belittle, undermine, or attack anyone if they have a different set of … Continue reading The Role of Women in the Church
I've written previously about noted Catholic blogger Matt Walsh who has some very misconceived ideas about what creationists believe. He has come out recently with some more misconceptions, this time about how to argue about social issues in particular. Walsh argues that the Bible is not necessary to convince people to think a certain way … Continue reading Starting with Scripture