Why bother saying it, when it’s already been said…

•April 23, 2008 • Leave a Comment

…right here,


AND here.

Expelled Super Trailer

•January 25, 2008 • 5 Comments

You have ABSOLUTELY GOT to watch the new ‘Super Trailer’ for EXPELLED.  It’s excellent.

A new book of interest…

•December 11, 2007 • Leave a Comment

Written to challenge Christians to re-engage the Scientific disciplines from the perspective of faith in a sovereign God. It’s on my reading list, that’s for sure. I should mention that in part I’m interested in it as he is a friend of a friend, and my friend speaks VERY HIGHLY of him.  Have you read it? Will you?

There is a God by Anthony Flew & Roy Abraham Varghese

•November 6, 2007 • Leave a Comment

In spite of all the controversy surrounding the book, Gary Habermas has posted an excellent, and thorough review of the book called ANTHONY FLEW’S DEISM REVISITED.

Systematic Oversimplification

•October 30, 2007 • Leave a Comment

“Science may be described as the art of systematic oversimplification” – Karl Popper

The Elegant Universe

•October 30, 2007 • Leave a Comment

I just discovered that PBS has The Elegant Universe online in it’s entirety.  Strongly suggested.  It’s a GREAT program.

A few quick thoughts on Universalism…

•October 29, 2007 • 3 Comments

I have always run in circles where I encounter many ‘universalists’ – people who believe, as our consumer culture encourages, that all religions are basically the same and all a path to the same ‘divine’ or ‘ultimate’, and that all religious truth (or even truth in general) is relative. People often lean towards this view in an attempt to be somehow ‘humble’ regarding religious issues, and all ‘inclusive.’ It’s a tempting view at times, especially in a post-modern world, where such inclusiveness seems to be what it’s all about.

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