People Have an Innate Preference for Logical Truth
January 2, 2017
Experiments show that logical conclusions reached by abstract reasoning make people feel better than illogical conclusions do.
Abiogenesis: The Origin of Lie
November 5, 2016
To get life from mindless molecules, fib a little. Ignore chance. Make it sound easy. Turn out the lights. Tell a story. Imagine.
Reality Beats PC
September 15, 2016
The real world fights back against misconceptions about the pursuit of life, liberty, and the pursuit of political correctness.
Science Cannot Defend Moral Relativism
April 3, 2016
If morality evolves, then why do some scientists cast judgment?
Corruption in Big Science Exposed
March 17, 2016
A commentator chastises scientists and their leaders for contributing to the destruction of the civilization that nourishes them.
Science Requires Godly Values
February 21, 2016
Much as they try to evolutionize religion, scientists recognize that Biblical values are essential for science.
The Christmas Story As Told by a Secular Science Reporter
December 25, 2014
Here's how the Christmas Story fares under the lens of a secular science reporter who doesn't believe in a miracle-working God who enters into history.
Scientism Invades Politics, Morality, Religion
November 9, 2014
What some consider science is really scientism, a worldview that thinks everything in human experience is reducible to scientific laws.
Secular Evolution as an Accessory to School Violence
May 5, 2014
No morals, no purpose, no consequences – the evolutionary view is just asking for trouble.
Science Is Lost Without Immaterial Truth and Virtue
October 6, 2013
For evolutionary theory to work, all human behavior must originate from mindless natural processes. What does that do to honesty and kindness?
Does the Mind Create Reality or Discover It?
July 21, 2013
Philosophical questions about "reality" are fun if not practical. But we need a concept of reality in order to function practically.
The Wonder and Blunder in Your Skull
May 29, 2012
Even when it goes awry, the brain wins an award of cosmic proportions, according to a veteran psychiatrist.