Sam Harris has a new book coming out on September 9, called Waking Up. He claims we can do away with all religion now, and he is going to wake us up to what we should be doing instead of believing in God. But please read the quote in the graphic above, and understand that … Continue reading Read This Instead — Post by Mary C. Findley
I discovered this blog after posting Mary’s review and my observations. I attempted to comment on his blog twice. Both times my comments were gone the next day. His very first words; “This post turned out to be not just a movie review but a nearly comprehensive counter-apologetics case that I intend to refer Christians … Continue reading Answering a blog by Daniel Fincke, PhD, on “God’s Not Dead” — Post by Michael J. Findley
J.J. Abrams and Harrison Ford should watch God’s Not Dead because it a technical masterpiece, like Regarding Henry. It is a masterpiece in simplicity. It follows the basics: the rule of thirds; three-point lighting; proper composition; well-designed pacing; fx that contribute to the plot and move the story along (the automobile accident in the rain). That is … Continue reading Personal Observations On the Movie God’s Not Dead — Post by Michael J. Findley
“The United States Supreme Court has held that secular humanism is a religion. Belief in evolution is a central tenet of that religion.” Edward v. Aguillard, 1987 SCOTUS Antonin Scalia It seems impossible to deny that Secular Humanism is a religion, yet millions do just that. Their shallow thinking is "we do not worship a … Continue reading Secular Humanism: America’s Establishment of Religion Part Six: Secular Humanism Is A Religion
The quick, simple answer is that it is the religion of self-indulgence with no possible consequences for the way we live in any kind of life after death. Beginning somewhere around the Kennedy administration, Secular Humanists learned that if they lied and claimed that they weren’t a religion, they could get federal funds. They also … Continue reading Secular Humanism: America’s Establishment of Religion Part Two: What Is Secular Humanism?
Voters need to exercise Christian principles and vote for candidates who demonstrate Christian principles. Notice that I use the term Christian principles, not Christianity, so this doesn't mean to base support on whether the candidate claims to be Christian. For instance, Jimmy Carter claims to be a Christian, but he did not govern according to … Continue reading What Is an American Christian’s Political Responsibility?
This is an excerpt from Chapter Five of Antidisestablishmentarianism. Benjamin Franklin might have remained his friend, yet he said concerning the publication of works like The Age of Reason, “I have read your manuscript with some attention. By the argument it contains against a particular Providence, though you allow a general Providence, you strike at the foundation … Continue reading Was Thomas Paine the Founding Father of Secular Humanism in America?
Some time ago I was told the best way to handle people who call themselves Atheists is to simply ask, "so who is she?" He means that Atheists are Atheists because they want to commit fornication with someone. I have learned that that the desire is not always for a woman, it isn't even always … Continue reading So, Who Is She?