CS Lewis’ Abolition of Man is a Prophetic Warning

In the mid-twentieth century, C.S. Lewis is deeply troubled by the reductionistic efforts forming in society. Were men nothing but the sum of their physical parts? The Abolition of Man exposes the far-reaching effects on what this perception could mean for humankind.

The Green Book was a name he gave an elementary school book, showing changes in […]

By |January 17th, 2016|blog|0 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

If Everything is Allowed… is this good?

Freedom. We love it. We fight for it. We die for it. It is the best gift God has ever endowed upon humanity—free will. But is our free will truly free if we allow ourselves to do whatever we want? Let’s take a look at how this plays out culturally.

In the mindset of […]

By |August 30th, 2015|blog|0 Comments

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

One Life Matters: the plight of aid workers reflects a darkness over us

Vincent Cochetel warns us about a problem that is reflecting a deeper, more insidious plight of the human condition—the killing of humanitarian aid workers. This rarely happened, but in the past decade or so, it has become an all too frequent occurrence.

The sanctity of life is fading. Since the new millennium, the number of […]

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