Category: Christianity and Culture
Some Vaccines Are Made from the Remains of Aborted Babies–So What? The ‘silver lining’ argument rebutted.
|September 18, 2014||Posted by Anthony under abortion, atheism, Blog, Christianity and Culture, eugenics, evolution, family, General, Holocaust, human rights, Malthusians, morality, philosophy, politics, pro-life, Progressives, science, scientism, Secular Humanism, theism, theology|
Some vaccines are produced using the cell lines derived from aborted children. Isn’t vaccination making the best out of a bad situation? But what if ‘making the best out of a bad situation’ is a recipe for creating even more ‘badness?’
|July 24, 2014||Posted by Anthony under apologetics, atheism, C. S. Lewis, Christianity and Culture, General|
7. You’ve been in many dialogues with nonChristians. What is the most challenging question you’ve had to answer? Intellectually, why God should have had the Israelites kill even the infants of the pagan tribes. Culturally, I understand why this would have been done. I could even see God himself performing the task. Having the Israelites […]
|June 19, 2014||Posted by Anthony under atheism, Blog, Christianity and Culture, General, Hell, Secular Humanism|
3. A lot of disbelievers have a problem with a loving God sending people to an eternity of torture by way of fire. What is your take on hell? I also had a problem with that. C.S. Lewis’s “The Great Divorce” provided the imaginative framework I needed to get over the ‘hump’ on this issue. […]
|May 16, 2014||Posted by Anthony under atheism, Blog, Christianity and Culture, General, Jesus, Love, theism, theology|
The gamers of World War Two Online can ‘unsub.’ The programmers can ‘tweak’ the physics of the game to try to address the myriad of mostly contradictory demands that their paying game base demand; but there is always a cost to these changes. There is a diminishing of the ‘joy’ of participating in the universe as more ad hoc changes are programmed in. The programmers have to make accommodations, or else they risk going hungry, or worse! their universe ceasing to exist altogether. That is the price of intransigent threats of withdrawing from the game. But God cannot be held hostage in this way.
|May 7, 2014||Posted by Anthony under atheism, Blog, Christianity and Culture, End Times, evolution, family, General, homosexuality, human rights, marriage, morality, politics, pro-life, Progressives, Secular Humanism|
Have you heard about this case where a man has been filing petition after petition demanding the right to marry his computer? The article cites other precedents, such as people being able to marry dolphins and cardboard cutouts of themselves. On this blog, I gave the example of the person who married a pillow–although I […]
|March 24, 2014||Posted by Anthony under abortion, atheism, Blog, Christianity and Culture, End Times, eugenics, evolution, family, General, Holocaust, human rights, marriage, morality, original sin, philosophy, politics, pro-life, Progressives, Secular Humanism, theism|
Today’s headline on the Drudge Report did not surprise me in the slightest: ABORTED BABIES INCINERATED TO HEAT HOSPITALS The article linked to is this one in the Telegraph: Aborted babies incinerated to heat UK hospitals: The remains of more than 15,000 babies were incinerated as ‘clinical waste’ by hospitals in Britain with some used […]
|January 25, 2014||Posted by Anthony under apologetics, atheism, Blog, Christianity and Culture, evolution, intelligent design, philosophy, science, scientism, Secular Humanism|
An interesting thing has happened, so rare it might even be deemed a singularity on par with the Big Bang: There will be a debate between a young earth creationist* and an avowed evolutionist. The debate, to be held on Feb. 4th, 2013, is between Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis and Bill Nye… the Science Guy. I attempted to get tickets; they were sold out within just a few minutes. This is indicative of the kind of interest there is in such an event. It is no doubt good publicity for the Creation Museum, but sitting here as a young earth creationist myself, I wish to lodge my (obviously belated) advice to Mr. Ham: cancel the debate.