The evolutionist wants to believe, not that he was not created, but that he created himself. The debate is thus misdirected between Creationists and Darwinists, for the Darwinist truly does believe in an intelligent design, despite all his smoke screen of talk about chance and survival of the fittest and so forth. The difference lies [Read more....]

Chaos Pens?

I am a lover of fountain pens, and recently encountered this new one in a catalog from a pen supplier. Fahrney’s is thrilled to present the Montegrappa Sylvester Stallone Chaos Limited Edition Fountain Pen, inspired and designed by filmmaker, writer, and actor Sylvester Stallone. The Chaos collection truly stands apart amongst other fine pens. Mr. [Read more....]


If you have any doubt on the absurdity of evolution, just pay attention to how the notion is applied in everyday life. People speak incessantly — and usually in tones of awe — about how this or that is evolving or has evolved. The computer has evolved, we’re told, and it’s still evolving. So is [Read more....]


Most people today think of evolution as a proven scientific fact, not giving it any more thought than the proven fact that the earth is round. They will stare incredulously at a person bold enough to say that evolution is a lie, that it doesn’t exist; such a person is akin to those who believe [Read more....]


If you pick up a “scholarly” commentary on Genesis — or on any book of the Pentateuch — you will encounter some incomprehensible nonsense about fictional characters referred to as “J,” “E,” “P,” and “D.” (Dr. D does not appear in Genesis, as he is the mythical “editor” of Deuteronomy.) You might ask yourself who [Read more....]


Modern Christians tend to view the whole evolution controversy as of secondary importance, at best. After all, what difference does it really make whether man evolved or was created in six days? We can’t hope to prove the truth one way or the other, so let’s all just get along and have some cookies. What [Read more....]


Moses did. That’s the short answer, anyway, and blogs ought to be reasonably short and to the point. But let’s delve just a bit into the so-called “controversy” surrounding the question of who wrote the Pentateuch. Many of today’s theologians deny that Moses wrote Genesis, subscribing instead to a man-made theory which began to flourish [Read more....]


Gnosticism is an ancient heresy which Paul condemns.1 It is a syncretistic religious system, which means that it borrows bits and pieces from other world religions and melds them together into some sort of homemade theology. The modern New Age movement is an example of this approach. Another important element of Gnosticism, however, is its [Read more....]


The earth was without form and void, and darkness was over the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters. (Genesis 1:2, ESV) Pick up a commentary on Genesis — practically any modern commentary will do — and read the author’s comments on Genesis 1:2. Does [Read more....]


God called the light “day,” and He called the darkness “night.” Evening came, and then morning: the first day. (Genesis 1:5, HCSB)   Bible scholars have been trying for a hundred years or more to force the notions of evolution into the Bible. The most basic ploy is to insist that creation took more than [Read more....]

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