Bill Nye, Ken Ham Debate February 4, 2014 — Post by Michael J. Findley

The debate, for those who did not watch it, took over 2 1/2 hours. The format was two brief opening statements, followed by a thirty minute statement by each man. Tom Forman from CNN was the moderator. The entire debate was very civil and Tom Forman did a very professional job. The debate is available …

Secular Humanism: America’s Establishment of Religion Part Six: Secular Humanism Is A Religion

β€œThe 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 …

The Problem with Dates in History: Hammurabai’s Law Code

In 1901-1902 AD a French team excavating in Susa, one of the ancient Capitals of Elam, then Persia, now modern Iran, discovered pieces of a basalt stele. It was completely reconstructed and now sits in the Louve, in Paris. The head of the French team, M. de Morgan used the surroundings where it was found …

Nature Red in Tooth and Claw

The quote "Nature red in tooth and claw" comes from Alfred, Lord Tennyson's very long series of poems "In Memoriam A.H.H," completed in 1849. Many evolutionists quote this phrase in support of their ideas of natural selection. When he began to write this poem, Tennyson questioned God's love and sovereignty over nature because of the …

Writing and Reading Science Fiction and Fantasy

Science Fiction can glorify God if the writer can keep his facts straight. It's a haven for uniformitarianism, the perfectibility of man, in short, secularism of all kinds. But since true Science is based in the Scriptures, true Science Fiction must be based in factual information and reasonable speculation based on what may happen. Man …

Principles of Science Teaching

There are only two ways to teach Science: to teach it as a unified subject or divide it into categories. Unified sounds good but can be overwhelming to students. Subatomic particles like electrons don't divide themselves into disciplines according to how they behave. In Physics we study electrons in different ways from observing how they …

Nature Red in Tooth and Claw

The quote "Nature red in tooth and claw" comes from Alfred, Lord Tennyson's very long series of poems "In Memoriam A.H.H," completed in 1849. Many evolutionists quote this phrase in support of their ideas of natural selection. When he began to write this poem, Tennyson questioned God's love and sovereignty over nature because of the …