Tag Archive: religion

Is Natural Selection not Christian?

natural selection: the process by which genetic traits are passed on to each successive generation. Over time, natural selection helps species become better adapted to their environment. Also known as “survival of the… Continue reading

You had better walk the straight and narrow!

Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat: Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto… Continue reading

Does homosexuality prevent you from going to Heaven?

The topic of homosexuality is one played out all over the world and many times it seems, in regards to “level” of sin, nearly equalled to murder and rape. Duck Dynasty star Phil… Continue reading

Square Pegs, Round Holes, The Exodus, and Egyptian Chronology

Originally posted on The Interminable Frozen Pond:
According to the commonly accepted timeline for Egyptian chronology, much of the Old Testament was off by several hundred years and seems quite historically impossible. Ditto for the…

Greece and their not so myth gods

Yesterday I made the announcement we would be discussing the book, “Ancient Post-Flood History” by Ken Johnson. I’d like to start the discussion with Greece and their gods, because those are the gods… Continue reading