Entries for the ‘Evolution’ Category

The anti-human connection between the great hoaxes of the 20th and 21st Centuries

Beliefs in global warming, environmentalism, and overpopulation are all united around the core belief that human beings are bad. The theory of evolution is related because it maintains humans are not special. They are not created in the image of God. In fact evolution tries to explain how God may not have had anything to […]

Did baby mammoth die in Noah’s flood?

I wrote OpposingViews.com, May 4: At first Lyuba’s well-preserved body suggests a mystery: scientists have determined that she was in good health and well fed when she died – so how did she end up frozen in time? Lyuba’s stomach contains important clues, as

The Year of Darwin

Two historical figures provided major abortion triggers, IMO. The 1st was Malthus’s theory influenced Darwin’s theory, which I didn’t know until studying for this post. The 2 dots are connected. Not only was Abraham Lincoln born 200 years ago on February 12, 1809, so was Charles Darwin. So evolution followers have proclaimed this the Gallup […]

Expelled vs. Yoko and flat earth descendants

First, according to

Expelled opening today

The movie I’ve been writing about headline today: From the story…

Bonus: Extras from Expelled producer interview

This week I interviewed WorldNetDaily column. The interview lasted an hour, and reading

  
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by Kelli

JUDGE-NOT

Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “The church must be reminded that it is not the master or the servant of the state, but the conscience of the state.” Serving as the conscience of the people has been one of the primary functions of the church since its conception.

Scripturally, we are commanded to differentiate between right and wrong, good and bad, truth and error, light and darkness. We are to judge according to the truth, especially pastors.

Regarding moral issues that destroy lives and dishonor God, we are to judge (“call into question”) behaviors, choices, and lifestyles that lead people in a dangerous direction, especially if these issues are to become social policy and legally sanctioned.

~ Shane Idleman, digging deeper into the meaning of “Judge not” from Matthew 7:1, “Homosexuality, Abortion, Carnality: Who Are You to Judge?”, Charisma News, April 17

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