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”

Fortunate

            My heart was racing. Never before had I driven so fast in such treacherous conditions. With thunder booming overhead, lightning flashing in front of me, and heavy downpour hitting the windshield, it was a treacherous time to be driving over the speed limits, yet I had no choice. As I dodged around cars and slippedContinue reading “Fortunate”

The Shadow Proves the Sunshine

Does the existence of terrible evil in the world mean a perfectly good and infinitely powerful creator cannot exist?            Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb bludgeoned a young boy to death for the thrill of it. Bobby Franks, the 14-year-old cousin of Loeb, was killed by the two young men for nothing more than to knowContinue reading “The Shadow Proves the Sunshine”

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”

Because Science!

The Flaws of Viewing Science as a Source of Truth             The very existence of science is founded on the presupposition of rationality in nature. Before modern science, such a rational worldview was not easily attainable due to the insertion of spiritual or philosophical views that often countered such rational pursuits. Astrology and the actionsContinue reading “Because Science!”

Attack on Humanity

The Dehumanization of the Unborn Just a few generations ago, a child in the womb was correctly assumed to be fully human; however, within the last few decades, this has been brought into question. Doubts have come from all over the place, be it from evolutionary science or personal assumptions, and it has lead toContinue reading “Attack on Humanity”

The Myth of Evolutionary Homology

How evolution’s greatest strength shows its ultimate weakness              It is almost certain that the majority of people educated in America have seen it: the image in their biology or anatomy classes that compares the structural anatomy of a human hand with a bat’s wing, a horse’s leg, and a cat’s paw. Mapped outContinue reading “The Myth of Evolutionary Homology”

The Origins of Complex Specified Information

“DNA is like a computer program but far, far more advanced than any software ever created.” ― Bill Gates, The Road Ahead             For many, the debate over the origins of life has been settled. It is often assumed that Charles Darwin rendered unnecessary any arguments that the complexity of life needed to be explained by somethingContinue reading “The Origins of Complex Specified Information”

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