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Can evolution determine right and wrong?

A critique of an article entitled “The Science of Right and Wrong” in the January 2011 edition of Scientific American.1 The science of right and wrong Scientific American has recently published an article on the science of moral issues, written by the atheist publisher and author, Michael Shermer. The purpose of the article—which quotes favorably from Sam […]

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Government Master Card

I just love the new Government Master Card. It is a great way to get a conversation started about the truth of Godonomics. An economy not based on God’s ways inevitably leads to problems. Finally—a master card that is yours exclusively! Inspired by the work of Karl Marx, the “Spend Like There Is No Tomorrow” […]

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Cruel Logic

Check out this video that puts the worldview of a nonbeliever with subjective morality and genetic determinism into perspective. This short film, called Cruel Logic, which was written and filmed by Brian Godawa of http://www.godawa.com/ is a perfect example of what atheism/evolution would look like if taken to its natural conclusions. Thanks for reading,

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When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice!

The division in this country is not Democrat versus Republican or liberal versus conservative. The real division is given in Proverbs 29:2: “When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked bear rule, the people mourn.” It’s not about electing conservatives; we need godly people to be elected at all levels […]

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Did Darwin Inadvertently Endorse Murder?

Let’s talk facts. In 1859, Charles Darwin claimed that if his evolution theory were true, there would be lots of evidence. A decade after his bold statement in writing, no evidence had been found. In 1869, Ernst Haeckel introduced a series of drawings that showed a human embryo going through the stages of evolution. Evolutionists […]

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America’s Precious Right—The Vote

Today is the start of early voting for those of us in Florida. So, I started thinking: Have you ever experienced one of those times when something happens and it’s not funny, but you laugh hysterically? At the birthday party I attended on Saturday a little two-year-old boy named Sean walked right in front of […]

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Incentive

I have been thinking a lot about our Government and the economy from watching “Godonomics” with Chad Hovind. Godonomics is about more than just economics, party lines and where we as a nation are headed. It makes a strong case for incentive as well. Why do we work? Why do we do anything, for that […]

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