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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Who Invented Science?

There are many who would say that, as Christians, we cannot be on the side of science. While this statement is wholly false, it is also ignorant. It is ignorant not only because it is spoken without an understanding of what Christianity is or what we as Christians believe in, but also because it lacks …

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Commentary and Review: Alien Intrusion

I am going to write on something I do not typically write on: I am going to do a movie/documentary commentary and review. I find it difficult to define what this film actually is. It is part movie, part documentary, part engaging information. So I will call it just this: a film. Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a …

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Defending the Faith: Early Man after Babel

Although the Scriptures are clear that God created man on the sixth day of creation and all of mankind came from Adam and Eve, many Christians seem to have been confused and persuaded by the teachings of man to believe otherwise. Most people have probably heard of Australopithecus Afarensis, better known as the "Lucy" fossil. Some have heard …

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The Root of Abortion

So... this began as just a commentary on the latest video exposing planned parenthood, but I got a little carried away. If nothing else, read the article and watch the 10th video exposing the murder of children. Yes, I know it's not a "buzz word" anymore, and I know it's not really a popular topic, …

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