Category Archive: SCIENCE AND TRUTH

Moral argument for God in the news

What do Afghan rapists and a 14-year-old Texas “clockmaker” have in common? Well, the young American boy who got into some trouble for bringing to school what he said was a homemade clock… Continue reading

God’s love – a case from reason

“God so loved the world…” Other than perhaps Matthew 7:1, “Do not judge…,” a favorite of non-believers, John 3:16 has to be the best known New Testament verse and it begins with a… Continue reading

Seeing is believing

Ignorance is bliss, they say. And none are as blind as those who will not see. If you really want to make an informed, rational decision on the morality of abortion, or if… Continue reading

Evidence or pride?

If you, like I, believe that for a good many atheists it’s not a lack of evidence that motivates their lack of faith but rather an unwillingness to submit to God, you’ll appreciate… Continue reading

Of geese and men

Anyone who knows me well can attest to my hatred of lack of fondness for geese. Actually, for domestic birds in general. They are rude, constantly defecating squatters…on our lawn, in the outer… Continue reading

God or no God? – a cumulative case

A man is on trial for the brutal murder of his wife. You sit on the jury and attentively consider the various pieces of evidence as they are presented by the prosecutor: The… Continue reading

Do you believe in man?

So it’s rerun season, yes? If your favorite TV program isn’t on hiatus and temporarily replaced with a mindless and exploitive reality show, it’s rerunning previous episodes. Well, summertime is rerun season for me… Continue reading

Dead on

I just want to share a clip – it’s short – from one of our day’s great heroes of the Christian faith, Ravi Zacharias. He’s answering a question from an atheist. Don’t know… Continue reading

Does evil need God?

  “questions about values—about meaning, morality, and life’s larger purpose—are really questions about the well-being of conscious creatures.” – Sam Harris, The Moral Landscape         The moral argument for God’s… Continue reading

Kontemplation is King

(Don’t you hate it when people misspell just to be alliterative?) On the matter of God’s existence, theists and atheists would likely agree that if there is a supreme, supernatural creator, he is… Continue reading

Philosophy rocks

  I phind philosophy phascinating. (Sorry…I couldn’t help myself.) A phield, er…field of study that enables one to acquire and apprehend great and timeless truths from the comfort of one’s recliner. Just by… Continue reading

Is it wise to deny what we intuitively perceive?

Isn’t it interesting how some truths are just intuitive and any attempt to deny them is easily and summarily rejected? Like the principle of causation…if we find a package on our doorstep we… Continue reading

The crime of unbelief

A courtroom scene. On the bench is the supreme Judge of the land. His seat is as a throne, high and lifted up, and his robe seems to fill all of space1. In… Continue reading

Prepare to be amazed

Since mankind has existed, looking up was a humbling experience. Beholding the sun, moon, and stars suspended in space, even before we knew how vast the observable universe is, gave evidence that there… Continue reading

The universe explained (yeah…right)

Do you realize that when you stare up at the sky at night, some of what you see may not even exist? Some of what your eyes behold, maybe even a good bit… Continue reading