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DNA, Cactus, and Von Neumann Machines
Thursday, April 29, 2010

When Charles Darwin wrote The Origin of Species, science was still relatively primitive. Electron microscopes wouldn’t arrive for nearly another century, and the ability to study complex molecular structures and discover encoded information in living organisms was unheard of. Darwin explained the universe based solely on his personal, untested observations. Without sufficient technology to debunk his faulty theories, Darwin’s observations went largely unchallenged.

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Naturalism as Religion
Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Thanks to the theory of evolution, naturalism is now the dominant religion of modern society. Less than a century and a half ago, Charles Darwin popularized the credo for this secular religion with his book The Origin of Species.

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Compromise
Sometimes Subtle, Always Significant

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Evangelicals who accept an old-earth interpretation of Genesis have embraced a hermeneutic that is hostile to a high view of Scripture. Churches and colleges that embrace this view will not remain evangelical long.

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Does It Really Matter?
Origins & the Meaning of Life

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Meaninglessness. It's the current that flows through today's music, entertainment, and social media. Meaninglessness has become the banner that hangs over Western culture. It’s the result of the nihilism at the end of the evolutionary road.

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Putting Humans in Their Place
Tuesday, April 20, 2010

The fact that we can carry on rational dialogue, and animals cannot, is itself reason to believe man is far above animals. Man possesses sensibility and personhood, which are totally absent in the animal realm.

Allow evolutionary theory to prevail, and mankind's special place over the animal kingdom is gone. That’s scary.

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Does It Really Matter?
Origins, the Family, & Morality

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Within the evolutionary worldview, there is no way to draw the line on human sexuality and remain consistent. That means the Bible will always be counter-cultural, especially when speaking about the family and morality.

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You're No One Special
Thursday, April 15, 2010

The simple fact of the matter is that all the philosophical fruits of Darwinism have been negative and ignoble to mankind, and destructive to the very fabric of society.

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Does It Really Matter?
Origins & Criminal Punishment

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

As you can see, metaphysical questions become practical very quickly. The essential question John brings out is this: What is the non-biblical basis for a universal, transcendent law?

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Origins: A Watershed Issue
Sunday, April 11, 2010

As the dominant worldview of the scientific community, naturalism is an imposing and intimidating opponent of Christianity. But these days many Christians are increasingly comfortable and vocal about harmonizing evolutionary theories with the Christian faith.

The question is why.

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A Rationale for Nihilism
Thursday, April 08, 2010

Whether we believe the Genesis record or not makes all the difference in the world. If Genesis is untrue, we might as well assume that no God exists at all. That is precisely the assumption behind modern evolutionary theory.

So if Genesis is false, nihilism is the next best option.

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Dethroning the Judge
Sunday, April 04, 2010

Evolution was introduced as an atheistic alternative to the biblical view of creation. According to evolution, man created God rather than vice versa. The evolutionists' ultimate agenda is to eliminate faith in God altogether and thereby do away with moral accountability.

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The Face of the Battle
Thursday, April 01, 2010

Here are three reputable scholars--responsible for teaching and training the current and next generation of pastors, Bible teachers, and theologians--explaining why you should not take the first chapters of Genesis in a literal, historic sense.

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