Incompletely Pro-Life

Can one be truly pro-life while knowingly profiting from abortion?             Can a person be pro-life yet profit from abortion? While it sounds rather absurd, this is the boiled down stance of many pro-life advocates. When focused directly on the heinous acts of the abortion industry, condemnation and moral outrage is the normal reaction as theseContinue reading “Incompletely Pro-Life”

Green Privilege

When woke environmentalism is its own worst enemy             We are trapped within a false dichotomy. On one side, we have the enlightenment of leftist environmentalist wokeness, and on the other side, we have racists, bigots, Earth-burning capitalists, and maybe a few Nazis tossed in for good measure. On the side of the woke, weContinue reading “Green Privilege”

Masking the Issue

“It’s for others!” “It is the Christian thing to do.”            If we could have earned a nickel for every time someone said these phrases about the use of masks during the spread of the novel coronavirus, we would have put an end to this coin shortage within a week. The phrases come from theContinue reading “Masking the Issue”

Fauci’s Philosophical Failure

The Dangers of Blind Faith in Scientists             We have a major problem. Is it wildfires? No. How about coronavirus? Closer, but not quite. Economic collapse? Nope. Is an invasion of murder hornets immanent? Not in the slightest. The list of potential disasters in the year 2020 will likely fill history textbooks of their own,Continue reading “Fauci’s Philosophical Failure”

The Decay of Truth

A Case for Christian Education             A foul stench fills the air: something is rotting. On the grand fields of our western culture, a predator lurks, envenoming its prey slowly, weakening it bit by bit until it posed no threat. Before us, we see this poor victim. It was once strong, but the constant bombardmentContinue reading “The Decay of Truth”

Future Tech of the Past

Why our best technology is still far behind living systems             What if nanotechnology could design microscopic machines? That is the goal of many engineers in this burgeoning field. Need to deliver molecules to specific locations within your cells? Sure. Need to create microscopic engines to propel miniature machines around in the body? Of course.Continue reading “Future Tech of the Past”

The Lurking Monster

How Naturalism has Crept into Science             Unbeknownst to many, the monster of Doctor Frankenstein is actually alive. While it may not be an amalgamation of flesh and blood, it still claws for existence against the odds.  Born out of desperation, it clings to its power by changing history, hiding its dark past, and silencingContinue reading “The Lurking Monster”

Bioethics of Euthanasia

A case study of AIDS and the end of life I. Introduction             Fatal diseases are dropping in numbers with modern medical technology, but mankind has yet to find a cure for AIDS. We have medicines that can slow the advancement of the viral disease, but none that can halt it altogether. This leaves theContinue reading “Bioethics of Euthanasia”

The Bioethics of Stem Cells

Is it morally acceptable to use embryonic tissues to cure diseases? I. Introduction             The use of embryonic stem cells in medicine has quite often promised incredible breakthroughs and nearly miraculous cures of numerous diseases like diabetes, MS, and many others. The industry has drawn billions of dollars in support of this research with theContinue reading “The Bioethics of Stem Cells”

The Speciation of the Word “Species.”

How the lack of a solid definition for “species” undermines evolution.             The foundation of Darwinian evolution is constant change over eons of time. Change is the cornerstone of evolution. Evolution by natural selection requires the continual changes in organismal life to not only be possible, but common enough to lead in a net upwardContinue reading “The Speciation of the Word “Species.””

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