Review: To Kill A Mockingbird

My thoughts on one of the best pieces of classic American literature.

Review – Creation: Basics & Beyond

Publisher: The Institute for Creation Research Authors: Morris III, Morris, Lisle, Johnson, Jeanson, Guliuzza, Tomkins, Hebert, Shwerwin, and Thomas. The Institute for Creation Research's book Creation: Basics & Beyond provides, as the cover indicates, an in-depth look at "science, origins, and evolution." More explicitly, this book explains in detail the relevancy of Genesis in regard to science, history, morality, …

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Defending the Faith: Science and Racism

I find it incredible how often secular scientists get so close to the truth and yet end up right where they started - rejecting the authority of God's Word. I recently came across an article in National Geographic (NatGeo) that disturbed me. The article was There's No Scientific Basis for Race - It's a Made-Up Label by Elizabeth Kolbert. Now …

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Problems of Convenience: A Modest Propsal

Author: Jonathan Swift Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company Commentary Jonathan Swift, Irish by parentage but Englishman by citizenship, wrote A Modest Proposal in 1729. During the time he wrote this, there was great suffering in Ireland, and the English seemed to be at a loss as to how to deal with that problem. As the name might …

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