Did Morality Simply “Evolve”?

In Ethics and the Descent of Man, Charles Darwin attempts to explain how morals evolved naturalistically and why mankind has a sense of remorse when other, lower animals do not exhibit such a behavior. Darwin argues that man has a “well-marked social instinct” that aided in the development of a moral sense. He attempts […]

By |March 12th, 2016|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

Science & Faith — We Need to Work Together Again

Due to an inability to describe the world around them, people living before the age of science often attributed to God the sole cause of natural events. In man’s ignorance, he often gave God the credit for certain key biological or physical mechanisms that today can be explained through the scientific method of discovery. […]

By |October 24th, 2015|blog|0 Comments

God’s Crime Scene – a book review

Is it an oxymoron to say God has a “crime scene?” Obviously God cannot commit any crime, but J. Warner Wallace’s new book, God’s Crime Scene, utilizes what he’s learned in over 20-years as a cold-case homicide detective to investigate the biggest mysteries of life—the nature of our universe, and how we got here.

In his […]

By |August 1st, 2015|blog|0 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