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Reading the Bible and understanding nature
A review of The Bible, Protestantism, and the Rise of Natural Science by Peter Harrison
by Lael Weinberger
Mathematics
Some academics claim that mathematics could be racist, and that there is such a thing as ‘white math’.
by James R. Hughes
The inhuman nature of secular humanism
Historically, humanism had noble roots in Christian academia, but post-Reformation, through Unitarian influence, humanism’s biblical foundations were eroded and replaced by secular thinking based on evolution.
by Gavin Cox, Andrew Sibley
Secular sermons
As expected, this older book from Dawkins is a misotheistic tirade. Not only is it full of errors, it fails to show why his own atheistic faith solves the problems.
by Lael Weinberger
Big questions
Christians do have helpful answers to the big questions in life. Just ask!
by Don Batten
Faith-based attacks on religious schools
Atheists profess tolerance but display rank intolerance when it comes to schools that refuse to toe the materialistic party line.
by Lita Sanders
What is the problem with starlight in transit?
And do various biblical miracles have the same problem?
by Lita Sanders
Answering a moral relativist
A critic says morality has evolutionary roots, and blasts creationists for their “narrow” worldview.
by Keaton Halley
Is Belief in God a case of Christian wish fulfillment?
An atheist correspondent asserts that Christian belief in God stems from a desire for a Heavenly Father to take care of us, but his argument commits a major logical fallacy.
by Lita Sanders
Nature programmes, science and God
Design is taboo in our secular society. Nevertheless, the awesome spectacle and beauty evident in well-crafted wildlife documentaries is powerfully suggestive of that very thing, as research testifies!
by Philip Bell
Why believe in objective morals?
How can we believe in objective morals if people disagree on moral questions?
by Shaun Doyle
Worldviews, logic, and earth’s age—part 2
Deep-time compromise has had a negative effect on the Christian church despite claims to the contrary.
by John K. Reed and Shaun Doyle