Chapter Fourteen from Antidisestablishmentarianism: What Does the Scientific Evidence Prove?

14. What Does The Scientific Evidence Prove?“I am quite conscious that my speculations run quite beyond the bounds of true science.” Charles Darwin1 “Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.” John Adams2 “In the space … Continue reading Chapter Fourteen from Antidisestablishmentarianism: What Does the Scientific Evidence Prove?

The Religion of Physics III: Hawking Rewrites History

There are two ways to rewrite history. The common lie is ineffective. The amazingly effective method is far more difficult. Simply eliminate any information which contradicts what you are attempting to promote. Never tell any outright lie, simply be very selective in what you allow your audience to hear. Secular Humanists always start from the … Continue reading The Religion of Physics III: Hawking Rewrites History

The Religion of Physics II: The High Priest Pontificates

"We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star. But we can understand the Universe. That makes us something very special."1 Stephen Hawking "There is a fundamental difference between religion, which is based on authority and science, which is based on observation and reason. Science will win, … Continue reading The Religion of Physics II: The High Priest Pontificates

The Religion of Physics I: What Is Physics?

"I put a lot of effort into writing A Briefer History [of Time] at a time when I was critically ill with pneumonia because I think that it's important for scientists to explain their work, particularly in cosmology. This now answers many questions once asked of religion."1 "What I have done is to show that … Continue reading The Religion of Physics I: What Is Physics?

Right and Left

One of the saddest lessons I learned about modern culture is the fact that many people jump to conclusions without reading more than one or two lines. The facebook post "A wise man's heart is at his right hand; but a fool's heart at his left," Ecclesiastes 10:2, created a firestorm. Solomon wrote this 3000 … Continue reading Right and Left

Introduction to Antidisestablishmentarianism

Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.1 John Adams Sometime in the early twentieth century, Secular Humanist indoctrination convinced almost everyone in the United States that "an establishment of religion" in the first phrase of … Continue reading Introduction to Antidisestablishmentarianism

Skeptical of the Skeptics

Little did I know when my husband asked me to write on this subject that not only has it already been done, it's been done by skeptics. Skeptical Investigations.org is website reports on psychic phenomena and other experimental science. These are not Christians. The Amazing Meeting (TAM) London October 16th-17th 2010 is an article by … Continue reading Skeptical of the Skeptics

What Did The Ark Of Noah Look Like?

"The Holy Scripture cannot err, ... the decrees therein contained are absolutely true and inviolable. But I should have in your place added that, though Scripture cannot err, its expounders and interpreters are liable to err in many ways," Galileo said in a 1613 letter to Benedetto Castelli. Anyone who dismisses the possibility of the … Continue reading What Did The Ark Of Noah Look Like?

Permission to Fail?

Our daughter told me about a Bible study where the teacher mentioned Proverbs 31 and said something like, "We all know that the Virtuous Woman is an ideal. She's too good to be true." Suppose a military commander gives his troop an order. The men whisper to the lieutenant, "Permission to fail, sir?" The lieutenant … Continue reading Permission to Fail?

Who Do You Serve?

"No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon." Matthew 6:23-25 An oft-stated goal of Secular Humanism is to put every citizen in slavery by debt. They conceal this … Continue reading Who Do You Serve?

All Glorious Within

Psalm 45 is a beautiful passage of Scripture. It describes a king which certainly seems to be the Messiah, Jesus Christ. In verse nine it begins to talk about women, and there are lessons for Christian women and their earthly relationships with men and others in the descriptions found here. First, though, we witness the … Continue reading All Glorious Within

Godly Womanhood

(A note on the picture with this post: Just to prove women can be both beautiful and godly, three Barbie "Makeovers" representing characters from Edmund Spenser's epic allegory the Faerie Queene: Left to right, Gloriana, representing the glory of God, Una, representing Truth, and Goldenberry, wife of Satyrane, a godly knight protecting Una in her … Continue reading Godly Womanhood

Analyze, Analyze, Analyze

A message to parents and students: Never, ever, ever read a book, watch a movie, or see or hear a play or story or poem performed without answering these questions:(Don't read a book to your child or let anyone read a book to you without doing this, either.) Do "wise" and "good" people in the … Continue reading Analyze, Analyze, Analyze

Preface to Antidisestablishmentarianism

The most religious people on earth are those who claim not to have any religion. Dogmatic, intolerant, and bigoted, they refuse to allow anyone to so much as speak their opposition. Yet these same people demand political power and tax support. The mildest opposition, such as the mere mention of Intelligent Design (not God), has … Continue reading Preface to Antidisestablishmentarianism

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If you have a piece you think would fit our "tough, but you need it" guidelines, submit it to us at ffvp57@yahoo.com. Guidelines are as follows: 1. We will consider biblically accurate material which does not contain expressly Christian content. We may also accept material that is accurate historically and scientifically, but that is not … Continue reading We Pay for Blogs