Category Archives: Culture

False dichotomy: faith vs. fact

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Everyone has a worldview, and every worldview consists of an underlying network of unprovable presuppositions.  Continue reading

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Defending the Christian worldview against a Harvard-educated evolutionary biologist

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Jerry Coyne is an evolutionary biologist who holds his Ph.D. from Harvard University. He is an atheist who speaks out against creationism, theistic evolution, and theism, widely and loudly proclaiming the incompatibility of faith with science. Continue reading

The breakup of Baptist culture in the American South

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Cities in the South are now selling alcohol on Sunday. What do you think this means? Continue reading

The effect of Christian creeds on civilization

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Do ideas shape society, and if so, how? If you don’t know how to answer the question, “Do you understand the basic connections between Christian creeds and civilization?” then this article might help you get started. . . . Continue reading

Robots in the brain – will we become gods?

This was a headline that was running at the Drudge Report: “GOOGLE: With robots in our brains — we’ll be godlike…” It raises an important question: what will become of humankind in the future if technology continues to advance as rapidly as it has in the last few decades? Continue reading

Egyptian history is wrong, and why it should matter to you

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Christ said there are only two types of people in this world: those who are with him, and those who aren’t. This same principle holds true in all of the academic disciplines: philosophy, science, psychology, mathematics, economics, and history, just to name a few. Continue reading

Why hard work doesn’t necessarily pay

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Minimum wage laws have been in the news lately. The talk is on raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour. Political slogans are invoked: “Living Wage.” Continue reading