Category Archives: Science

What is science, and who owns it? Part 2

In the last post I attempted to dismantle the notion that science can be equated with the embrace of specific theories and political allegiances, as is so commonly argued today.  But I never did answer the questions posed in the … Continue reading

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What is science, and who owns it?

If you take a look at this video, you will see a series of questions being asked of Governor Rick Perry by a young boy whose mother is feeding the questions through him.  The first question asked is: how old … Continue reading

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Creationism vs. Theistic Evolution: What This Debate Is Really About

The debate between Young Earth Creationists and Theistic Evolutionists continues with a recent claim by Karl Giberson of Bilogos that those who seek to follow Jesus should believe in evolution because Jesus would have believed in it himself.  I have … Continue reading

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Well said…

Relating to my previous post, I came across this quote from Albert Mohler: If the animosity between the lion and the lamb predates the Fall, what joy or purpose is there in saying that they will be reconciled in the … Continue reading

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Worldview and the Question of Origins

At a recent meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, Dr. Bruce Waltke made a striking statement.  After presenting a paper in which he argued for a way of reading the Bible that is compatible with evolutionary theory, Waltke said that, … Continue reading

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The Idol of Respectability

I do not endorse the irreverent humor of Seth McFarlane, nor do I watch any of his shows regularly.  But I have seen the show Family Guy from time to time, and while I find much of it offensive, there … Continue reading

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