Romans Won: Creation Wins the Evidence Contest
October 11, 2020
St. Paul was right: the knowledge of God is obvious from creation. Here's a new short film that powerfully reinforces that point.
Not All Critical Thinking Is Equal
March 1, 2020
Educators believe in teaching critical thinking skills except for subjects they don't want to critique.
Darwinism Produces Irrational Hate
November 17, 2019
Darwinism should be opposed simply on the grounds of what it does to people's sensibilities and manners.
Psychology Co-Ops ‘Science’ to Fight Biblical Morality
July 7, 2019
Secular psychology is not science. It uses the word 'science' to promote anti-Biblical morality.
Purposefulness Promotes Health, Longevity
May 26, 2019
A purpose-driven life has side benefits of psychological health and drive, and might even prolong your life.
The Left’s Anti-Science Agenda on Sex
May 25, 2019
One would think re-affirming women would gain a leader praise. In this instance, the leader is vilified.
Some Meditation Practices Can Be Scary
May 12, 2019
A non-judgmental survey of reactions to meditation found a surprising percentage of negative experiences afterward.
Was the Apostle Paul a Book Burner?
March 24, 2019
Paul warned that Christ followers would be slandered. A book review in Nature shows it is still going on.
Did Neanderthals Need the Gospel?
January 27, 2019
It's a logical question if Neanderthals were human beings, as scientists now recognize.
Scientists Cannot Live with Materialism
April 15, 2018
What good is scholarship when a layman can see right through it? There's an unsatisfying emptiness at the heart of modern secular science.
Can There Be a Science of Near-Death Experiences?
February 18, 2018
A science paper catalogs near-death experiences. But can science boldly go where no one has ever gone before?
Is Male Circumcision Healthy?
October 25, 2017
Religious traditions aside, science occasionally weighs in on whether circumcision is good or bad for males.
Did Apostle Paul Just See a Meteor?
April 22, 2015
An astronomer explains away Paul's Damascus vision as a meteor that "changed the course of Christianity." But does this explain a miracle or insert several more?