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

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

Science & its Inability to Confirm God’s Existence

If the goal of science is to determine exactly what happened rather than to construct the most plausible, naturalistic- rationalization of human origin, then Christians and scientists have more in common that previously thought. We are both truth seekers. The biggest difference, in my opinion, is that people of faith are viewed as biased, […]

By |May 6th, 2015|blog|1 Comment

Science Reflects the Relativism

There appears to be a reflection of modern scientific theory in Western society. Quantum mechanics, for example, emphasizes uncertainty, randomness, incomprehensibility, and lack of causes—is it fate, or a lucky roll of the dice? This science theory originated in the depressed mood of post World War I Germany, connecting the public mood from the horrors of war. Coupled […]

By |April 21st, 2015|blog|0 Comments