Going to the Dogs: Where Are We Headed if We Ignore the Conflict?

If you look up the phrase "Going to the Dogs" at http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings you will find this interesting entry: Of course, what originally went to the dogs was ... anything decayed and worthless that wasn't fit for humans, particularly food. This usage was well enough established by the late 18th century for it to have become... Continue Reading →

There Are Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing — But Fear Not, Little Flock!

We attended a service where we discussed getting rid of much of the Bible Study material people use today, and focusing on the Bible itself. Our daughter attended a Sunday school where she was very disappointed by the lesson. "A lot of what he said was loosely based on Scriptures (few biblical references) but when... Continue Reading →

Was Thomas Paine the Founding Father of Secular Humanism in America?

This is an excerpt from Chapter Five of Antidisestablishmentarianism. Benjamin Franklin might have remained his friend, yet he said concerning the publication of works like The Age of Reason, “I have read your manuscript with some attention. By the argument it contains against a particular Providence, though you allow a general Providence, you strike at the foundation... Continue Reading →

Guest Post by Dana Pratola for her new Release — Descended — Jett

DESCENDED ~ Jett   BLURB: He has no wings or halo, but he’s an honest-to-goodness hero. …And his lineage is quite impressive. When a reclusive businessman takes an interest in Haven’s artwork, she knows it’s an answer to prayer. But Jett Cestone is an enigma with a disconcerting connection to the young women in his... Continue Reading →

Pride and Prejudice and Scientific Honesty

A number of more modern scientists strive to maintain the integrity of their profession in the face of much dishonesty on the part of committed Secular Humanists. University of California Professor of Psychology Stanley Sue believed that it was essential to avoid the common secularist redefining of the word “theory” into “fact,” as Richard Dawkins... Continue Reading →

The Scientific Method According to Ben Franklin: George Whitefield’s Preaching and the Exodus

“He [Whitefield] ... preach’d one evening from the top of the Court-house steps, which are in the middle of Market-street, ... I had the curiosity to learn how far he could be heard, ... I found his voice distinct till I came near Front-street... Imagining then a semi-circle, ... fill’d with auditors, to each of... Continue Reading →

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