Tagged: Books

Can Darwinism Provide a Positive Moral Framework?

Previously, I discussed Why Most Evangelicals Don’t Like Evolution.  One important point was that the philosophic and religious ideas that flow from or are easily integrated with evolutionary thought (social Darwinism and atheism) are objectionable, if not untrue.  However, author Carson Holloway is trying to...

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The 101 Most Dangerous Professors

Is America the root cause of the problems in the world?  Are terrorists freedom fighters while GWB is more akin to Hitler?  Are most Republicans racists who are more like Nazi’s than egalitarian Americans?  The answers to these question is often YES if you are...

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Can Gays Change?

The pro-gay site Washington Blade has a well balanced article (well, it is a little to the left) on Spitzer’s book Ex-gay Research.   We’ve also mentioned it here once before. As provocative as the study was, what made it even more explosive was the history...

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The Spiritual Disciplines

So my wife and I are attending a new church, and we’ve just started up w/ our first small group.  Looks like we’ll be using Willow Creek’s workbook Growth: Training vs. Trying, part of the Pursuing Spiritual Transformation Series.  It looks really excellent, and is...

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The Most Compelling Young Earth Evidences?

AIG has posted a response to a reader which nicely summarizes the main biblical and scientific evidence for a young earth (i.e. thousands, not millions of years old).  They also pimp Dr. DeYoung’s book Thousands Not Billions, which is all about radio dating.

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RFIDs the Mark of the Beast?

Wired News has an interesting article entitled RFID: Sign of the (End) Times?.  It discusses Katherine Albrecht’s new book The Spychips Threat: Why Christians Should Resist RFID and Electronic Surveillance. Albrecht and co-author Liz McIntyre have written an introduction that says that RFID chips, particularly...

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Collusion with the Code

Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh, authors of the 1982 nonfiction book “The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail” are suing The Da Vinci Code publisher, Random House. The lawsuit claims Dan Brown’s novel was essentially their ideas put in a fiction story. Frankly, this story...

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