One year ago today. My take on his death brought about the most views I've ever had on my blog. It truly is a twofold tragedy.
Nancy Pearcey has done it again. She has taken complex ideas, done a lot of research, and has delivered a helpful tool for the church to use for discipleship of the mind...and body. This is a book that I believe is both challenging and accessible to readers from Junior High to Ph.D.'s. As a Minister [...]
This past weekend, April 11 & 12. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, held the first of many to come Apologetics events on campus. Speakers such as David Naugle of DBU, Steve Lee from Prestonwood Academy, and other faculty and staff at SWBTS such as Keith Loftin, Harvey Solganick, Paul Gould, Travis Dickinson, Terry Wilder, and Mike [...]
Many have criticized the debate. Saying it was a complete waste of time. But I beg to differ. I think they both presented their views pretty well. The problem came with Bill Nye's lack of understanding of the distinction between observational and historical science. He takes them and combines them mixing those sciences. Ham was [...]