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

Living Comfortably in the Mystery: the unwrapped gift

Do We Need to Have All the Answers?

I’ve been studying Christian doctrine and Biblical inerrancy, and I’ve yet to decide exactly where I stand on the issues. Am I a Calvinist? In some ways, yes. Do I think there is Middle Knowledge which is a concept of free will? It seems plausible. Does the Bible present […]

By |April 26th, 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

WANTED: Christians Thinkers! Why we need to “think” more than ever

So many Christians I know are too comfortable in their sphere of knowledge, and unfortunately, that sphere is getting too small. If we are to fulfill the great commission, we’ve got to learn more about our faith, especially in today’s culture. Now, in Western culture (all cultures that are directly influenced by Europe from […]

By |March 21st, 2015|blog|12 Comments