Monthly Archives: August 2013


Rock of Ages movie

Rock of Ages is a pretty bad movie by typical standards, but it becomes much more interesting when its worldview is examined in contrast to the Christian worldview (especially when its namesake comes from one of the Four Great Hymns). I’ll examine the movie in terms of the five-point Biblical covenant. Continue reading


How to answer the fool who asks how a God who created evil can still be good

A common question that comes up from unbelievers is that if God is the creator of everything, then he created evil. The popular atheist George Smith phrases the problem this way: “…If God knows there is evil but cannot prevent it, he is not omnipotent. If God knows there is evil and can prevent it but desires not to, he is not omnibenevolent.” Continue reading

He swapped one word in his vocabulary and changed his entire life

mother nature

I was looking through a baby app on my phone last week and came across this peculiar sentence:

“Breast milk is nature’s most perfect food for babies. It has just the right proportion and types of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, along with almost all of the vitamins and minerals that a baby needs in the first six months of life.” Continue reading