Moral Passion by Evolutionists Makes No Sense
September 29, 2019
One needs a timeless, universal standard to declare what people should do. Evolution has no such thing.
Food Abounds for the Poor
August 20, 2019
People don't starve because of a lack of resources. They suffer because of bad ideas and wicked rulers.
Science Confirms Biblical Human Nature
August 4, 2019
Science reveals that people are just like what the Bible says they are: image-bearers of their Creator, yet fallen into sin.
Epigenetics in the News
January 26, 2019
Epigenetics has gone mainstream. Processes "above" genetics are showing to have more control over life than previously thought.
Scientists Should Go to Church
May 20, 2018
A plague of research misconduct bothers leading journal editors. How are they going to evolve integrity? By preaching to matter in motion?
Science Cannot Rise Above Human Nature
April 29, 2018
For all its aspirations and achievements, science must constantly drag along with it the ball and chain of human fallibility.
Evolutionary Psychologists Deny Their Own Minds
November 24, 2017
Need proof that evolutionists are not the fittest? Watch these two psychologists earn a Darwin award by cutting off the branch they're sitting on.
You Are Free to Read This
September 18, 2016
The question of free will tantalizes philosophers, because the mind-brain distinction is complex.
Genetic Tinkering Puts Brave New World at Our Doorstep
December 6, 2015
New tools in the lab put human nature at risk. Can we trust fallible scientists to be ethical?
Conservatives Benefit Society
July 8, 2015
If many social ills derive from lack of self-control and poor judgment, governments should foster conservatism.
Why Awe Is Uniquely Human
May 31, 2015
Psychologists are noticing that a sense of awe makes you a better person. Why is it a uniquely human trait?
Choosing to Believe in Free Will
June 22, 2014
Free will matters to children. It had better exist.
Science Depends on Ethics
October 1, 2011
Naive reporters and textbook writers sometimes portray science as some kind of neutral, bias-free activity in which the “truth” about nature emerges on its own, as long as the scientist in the lily-white lab coat follows some kind of “scientific method.” Philosophers, theologians, ethicists and scientists with a background in any of these fields know better. One has to believe that truth about nature exists in order to seek for it. And one has to seek for it honestly. Many more examples of science’s ties to ethics or "moral philosophy" can be found, as a few recent articles show.