Why Do the Majority of Climate Scientists Agree?

Is it because the evidence, through observation and testing lead to this particular answer? Or is it because they scientists are afraid of losing their jobs and becoming ostracized from their communities? I hypothesized this question a few days ago in my post Why are main-stream Evolutionists Intellectually Dishonest?. Today, I heard this story on[Continue Reading…]

Kerry, Clinton, Romney, and Obama on Russia/Syria — What’s going on here?

Something is seriously wrong here. John Kerry says the U.S. will not attack Syria if Assad turns “over every single bit of his chemical weapons to the international community in the next week – turn it over, all of it without delay and allow the full and total accounting.” John Kerry on military strikes against[Continue Reading…]

Why I am Not Afraid of Four More Years

This past Tuesday, November 6th, 2012, the United States held their presidential elections. There were several candidates available to choose from but only two were considered primary candidates — Mitt Romney and Barack Obama. All the polling data said the race was going to be close, and close it was. Obama won both the popular vote and[Continue Reading…]

The Real Question #1

As many of you have probably heard on the news, Maine recently held a vote, the first question was an effort by opponents of same-sex marriage in Maine to use Maine’s People’s Veto process to overturn “An Act to Promote Marriage Equality and Affirm Religious Freedom”. [balletpedia] The veto passed 53% to 47% making same-sex[Continue Reading…]

18 and Drinking…

Four Georgia college presidents have signed on to a national initiative to fight binge drinking by their students — by lowering the drinking age from 21 to 18. Launched in July 2008, the Amethyst Initiative is made up of chancellors and presidents of universities and colleges across the United States. These higher education leaders have[Continue Reading…]

Integrity in Ministry – By Dr. Akin – Part 1

A few days ago I received an email sent to all students, staff, and alumni of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The email from Dr. Akin was an essay concerning Integrity in Ministry. In Part 1 of this post I am merely going to attach this email. Afterwards, I would love to hear what everyone else[Continue Reading…]

What was Lost?

You may have heard the news, a couple of weeks ago there was a large “wave of religious violence” in Nigeria. “Around 1000 people were displaced, several critically wounded, and every church reportedly destroyed in Shira Yana, Bauchi State, Nigeria on 2 February 2008.” Christianity Today ran a news article titled Churches destroyed in wave[Continue Reading…]

Thoughts on a Christian Nation…

From time to time we all hear about the United States of America being a “Christian Nation.” Many Muslim terrorist hate the U.S. because they believe it is a Christian Nation. Many U.S. citizens desire the U.S. to become a true Christian Nation. Many U.S. citizens believe the U.S. is already a Christian Nation. There[Continue Reading…]

Christians and the Government – Conclusion

Over the past few weeks I have written on the topic of Christians and the Government. In these posts I discussed my current (and ever changing) views about how I feel Christians should interact within their governments (specifically dealing with American Christians). If you have kept up with these posts you would have noticed that[Continue Reading…]

Christians and the Government – The Other Side – Part 8

I recently read this timely post from Baptist Press titled When God’s people fail to vote. I figured it would be good if I included this article as an outside perspective – one that disagreed with my own position(s). There have been many great comments that disagree with me. I think that this article is[Continue Reading…]