Global Doom

. . .And now a word about global doom and disaster. My Dad has said on more than one occasion that throughout his life someone has tried to keep him and everyone else scared.  He said that  as long as  he  could  remember there  has been  some eminent catastrophe  circulated  by experts  and  friends of ...

Thoughts on Hell

Matthew 13:41-42 The Son of Man will send out His angels, and they will gather out of His kingdom all things that offend, and those who practice lawlessness, and will cast them into the furnace of fire. There will be wailing andgnashing of teeth. Do you think there will be a language in Hell? We cannot know...Continue reading

This Is Reality

On this journey we shall travel from Mount Stupid to Mount Olympus and then amble through the universe and beyond. Then we will venture to a place seldom explored because it doesn’t exist. We must stroll along with great philosophical snorting and ample snacking as we go. We shall also learn a little about railroad...Continue reading

A Naturalist’s Strong Case Against Abiogenesis

According to the evidence, in nature, life only comes from life,1 making belief in naturalism and atheism (which require abiogenesis—life from non-life) a blind faith.2 In fact, naturalism is a self-contradictory belief, since a naturalist must believe in such unnatural phenomena.3 And yet, such rational truths are regularly neglected by today’s naturalist-dominated scientific community. Ironically, some acknowledge...Continue reading

The Bones of John Wycliffe

Matthew 10:28 And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. But rather fear Him who is able to destroy both soul and body in hell. John Wycliffe was born around 1324 and died December 31, 1384. He was a religious reformer living in England and is considered one of the...

Thin Ice

Many years ago, on a very cold day it snowed, and I did not have to go to school. That sentence alone makes this a happy story. Snow days were the highlight of the winter. It was as though someone granted us a spontaneous holiday. It was a reprieve from the classroom. To us it...Continue reading

The String

It is called the Sea of Trees. It is a tall and gnarled wood with dense undergrowth where one could easily get lost. The thick canopy keeps everything underneath in almost perpetual twilight. The forest floor is uneven with rocks and twisted roots. The silence inside can be unnerving. While there is little in the...Continue reading

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