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The link isn’t working on an excellent post at The Corner by Wesley J. Smith entitled Animal Welfare vs. Animal Rights, so I will post the whole thing below. Eating meat is a natural human activity — that is, we […]
Elizabeth Gates, the daughter of Henry Louis Gates, describes what she saw at the beer summit. Twice she mentions the following: There are more black men in prison than in college and literally thousands of black men are arrested across […]
The New Yorker wonders if we should hate Judas Iscariot.
Here I linked the Sam Harris op-ed opposing the appointment of Francis Collins on heading the National Institutes of Health. Eric Reitan, a philosophy professor at Oklahoma State University, and author of the book Is God a Delusion? A Reply […]
Christianity Today makes the case for early marriage.
An excellent editorial from The Detroit News on the hypocrisy of the “green gods.” A colleague sent me an Internet photo of New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman’s home in Bethesda, Md. It’s hysterical. The global warming warrior who urged […]
Tom Gilson reviews Bradley Monton’s new book Seeking God in Science: An Atheist Defends Intelligent Design.
Two days ago I posted a link to the NYT op-ed by atheist Sam Harris opposing the appointment of Francis Collins to the position of director to the National Institutes of Health. Yesterday the Times printed letters in response to […]
Books & Culture calls a new book, The Word and the World: Biblical Exegesis and Early Modern Science, “a splendid collection of essays,” and approaches “the religion-science debate in a fresh, even startling way.” Rather than considering how religion in […]
A new book, The God I Don’t Understand, attempts to answer four questions that baffles believers and unbelievers alike: What about Evil and Suffering? What about the Canaanites? What about the Cross? What about the End of the World? Here’s […]
A lawsuit has been filed against a Dearborn Michigan high school over the firing of the school’s wrestling coach by the Muslim Principal, primarily it seems, due to the conversion to Christianity of one of the Muslim students. The Thomas […]
On June 16, four young Franciscan friars and their two mentors set out from Roanoke, Va., for a 300-mile walking pilgrimage to Washington. They’ve been mistaken for Jedi-wannabes headed to a Star Wars convention. They’ve been investigated by police, approached […]
Professor Frederick Fico describes how as faculty advisor for the Michigan State University College Republicans he found he was being investigated by the campus Office for Inclusion, charged with harassment and discrimination against students because of their race, religion, sexual […]
There was a time in my life that I wanted to be a cop more than anything in the world. I even considered moving to Philadelphia before I was 21 because you could join the police force at 18. If […]
Why is it common for atheists to make the claim that Hitler was a Christian? In the Introduction to the book Hitler, the Holocaust, and the Bible, author Joe Keysor states: Linking Hitler to Christianity is an increasingly common tactic […]
Not the least bit surprising, Sam Harris opposes Francis Collins as the next director of the National Institutes of Health. Francis Collins is an accomplished scientist and a man who is sincere in his beliefs. And that is precisely what […]
Heather Mac Donald makes for interesting reading regarding the Gates affair and the reality of black crime. Obama then decided he was going to give us a history lesson: “What I think we know separate and apart from this incident […]