An evolutionary biologist has determined that religion, especially the “Abrahamic religions,” are superstitions. But there’s a flaw in his analysis. Continue reading
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We value scientific knowledge as the best and highest form of knowledge. A recent article written for National Geographic explained that “in this bewildering world we have to decide what to believe and how to act on that. In principle that’s what science is for.” But is science reliable? Continue reading
Here’s a problem: Modern science tells us the Earth is 4.5 billion years old, but this “science” is flaky. “No way!” you say. Do you want proof?
Are you interested in reading something more in-depth that explains why, and produces compelling evidence to support this claim? In layman’s language, but also with numbers, charts, tables, and formulas? Continue reading
Christians ask “Is the world running down?”
That’s the conclusion that the second law of thermodynamics, adapted to the universe as a whole, would have you believe. Rather, that’s the inescapable implication of the fate of the universe that modern “atheistic” science has generally confessed faith in.
What does such an idea mean for Christianity?
This is the question Gary North directly addressed in his book Is The World Running Down: Crisis In The Christian Worldview. Continue reading
Dinosaur bones are supposed to be around 65 million years old, right? But what happens if you date them using carbon-14 dating, which is theoretically useful for dating organic materials that are much younger, having died up to 50,000 years ago? This should be a no-brainer, right?
Age of Spanish cave paintings based on unprovable presuppositions about the past, but presented to public as indisputable fact
If you only read the news headlines and the stories that go with them, you would be led to believe that scientists have found the oldest cave paintings in the world in Spain. But you would be misled if you believe the articles.