Christian Science v Secular Humanist Science

      Our book Antidisestablishmentarianism has one section defining Secular Humanism and another section defining Science. Even pulled out and available as separate books, they are still too lengthy for the average reader. This is a simple overview. You do not have to be a Christian to have a Christian view of Science. Neither... Continue Reading →

The Religion of Secular Humanism

“The United States Supreme court has held that secular humanism is a religion. Belief in evolution is a central tenet of that religion." (Edwards v Aguillard U.S. Supreme Court 1987. Justice Antonin Scalia.) This quote is used in the blog series Secular Humanism Is A Religion, our book Antidisestablishmentarianism and frequent comments. Since I have... Continue Reading →

The Training Place of Mankind; God’s Creation Explained For Normal Folk by David Bergsland A Book Review by Michael J. Findley

I have read several books by this author and enjoy both his writing style and the content of his works. But I must admit that I am not part of the target audience; Normal Folk. No one has ever accused me of being "normal." On my android 7" ebook reader, type set to 100%, this... Continue Reading →

How Could You Raise the Price on the Conflict of the Ages?

In case you didn't know it, we are working on a series called The Conflict of the Ages. It now has two installments:. The Scientific History of Origins, and The Origin of Evil in the World that Was. These are designed for homeschoolers  who want a better grasp of the essentials of world history from a scientific... Continue Reading →

There Should Be A List — Post by Michael J. Findley

AiG (Answers in Genesis) has a webpage listing arguments Christians should not use because they are already disproved, weak, or there is not enough evidence. http://www.answersingenesis.org/get-answers/topic/arguments-we-dont-use Secular Humanists should make a similar list of arguments (reasoned positions, not heated debates) used against creationism which are already disproved, weak or lack evidence. The AiG list contains... Continue Reading →

Author Interview with Steve Biddison — He has a new book! It’s not Fantasy … It’s Not Basketball … It’s Romance!

1. Many people say that authors can't or don't do well with more than one genre. You have devotionals, sports nonfiction, a fantasy series, and now a romance. What do you think prepared you or qualifies you to write these different types of books?  I have heard that said, but I simply refuse to believe it... Continue Reading →

“Stolen” from Brad Francis, who doesn’t do reviews … The ‘Pprentices, the Puppets, the Pirates and the Potboiler

This post originally came from Christ, Fiction, and Video Games, the blog and online home of Brad Francis. Sorry, I didn't manage to preserve all the links, but you can find them in his post linked below. Thank, you, Brad! http://christfictionandvideogames.blogspot.com/2013/05/the-pprentices-puppets-pirates-and.html Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Ask me what sort of books I like to read.... Continue Reading →

Guest Post and Free ebook: Persistent Love by Laura J. Marshall

Download on Kindle ( http://amzn.com/B00CHAE3QS)Free Tuesday May 14th and Wednesday May 15thPersistent Love: Christian Romantic Suspense Novella set in 1685, England.Fear has been Tara's constant companion since age nine when she witnessed her mother's murder. Tara's father moves his family to the ancient castle of Raven's Cliff, far from the ships that could carry her... Continue Reading →

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