Reading the creation accounts in Genesis raises provocative, unsettling questions. You might suppose the most difficult one would be “Why did God place the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil in the Garden in the first place?” Without that tree, things might have been very different. But there’s another question we most commonly … More The Forsaken Fruit
Why is it considered so villainous and unscientific to challenge the validity of Darwinism and it’s spin-off theories? It’s only slightly older than Einstein’s theory and it’s never been a fact like Pluto’s status used to be. … More Good Science and Bad Behavior
There’s a very basic reason why most Americans and many scientists remain so skeptical of the current theories of our origins. While some would love to blame all those doubts and reservations on “ignorant, superstitious religion,” the fact is that even in a world with no Christianity, this particular question would still present nagging problems. That obvious question that any child could pose is this: “Where did the first Thing come from?” … More Bigger than the Bang!
The biblical concept of the fall of man does not sync with Darwin’s theory about the rise of man. … More Remembering Adam
A celebrated physicist and author made headlines earlier this week when he relegated Heaven to the same realm of fiction as Neverland, Narnia and the planet Krypton. “I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working when its components fail,” Dr. Stephen Hawking told an interviewer. “There is no heaven or afterlife for broken down computers. … More Dr. Hawking’s Broken Computer