5 Realities that Challenge the Multiverse Theory

The idea that there is more than one universe is popular these days. This hypothesis was originally put forward by Hugh Everett, a student at Princeton University in the 1950s, who developed this thought for his PhD thesis. The multiverse notion has since been picked up in popular science fiction, like Dr. Strange… yet […]

By |May 10th, 2018|blog|26 Comments

The Case for Crying: why tears are uniquely human

Jesus wept is the shortest verse in the Bible, and yet one of the most profound.[1] The story tells us that before Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead, he cried with Lazarus’ sisters. Even though he knew Lazarus would come back to life again, Jesus shared in their grief. He allowed himself to feel […]

By |June 20th, 2017|blog|2 Comments

Evolution’s Fatal Flaw – Lack of Fossil Evidence

In his Origin of Species (1859), Charles Darwin states the discovery of fossil records require slowly changing life from one animal species to another different species by means of natural selection.[1] His theory of evolution speculates that all life comes from one common ancestor at the base of his “tree of life” pattern, and […]

By |February 2nd, 2016|blog|4 Comments

Will Intelligent Design be a “Science Stopper?”

Science is viewed as “seeing is believing” form of knowledge. It’s observable, testable and repeatable. Introducing the concept of design, which infers a Creator or God, is viewed as believing in the unseen, which cannot be verified or observed using today’s standards of scientific methods. However, those who propose the theory of Intelligent Design, […]

By |May 24th, 2015|blog|1 Comment

Can Science Ever Truly Be Neutral?

Reading William Dembski’s Intelligent Design book left me realizing that it is very difficult for anyone to be completely neutral in their analysis of observable facts about human origins because we are, after all, mere humans who’ve been influenced by personal events and/or the culture around us.

In Darwin’s day, his bias stemmed from the […]

By |May 13th, 2015|blog|2 Comments