posted by Raymond Morehouse
Here’s a fun video:
In case you don’t want to watch it: the video illustrates how 15 very common scientific illustrations are, technically speaking, inaccurate. They don’t actually tell you what is going on.
I doubt very many people watching this thought, “Oh no, my trust in science has been misguided. I will never trust another scientist again, or go to a laboratory, or read a science book. I have been lied to!” etc. etc. But how many people who grow up on the flannel-graph, children’s bible version of Christianity allow their faith to be “shattered” because they go off and learn that things...
posted by Calvin Sodestrom
About a month ago, I wrote a post giving reasons why I believe Christians should be good storytellers. After I had shared it on my Facebook wall, one of my close friends commented, in a joking manner, that I should have written the article as a story. While he was only making light of the...
posted by Grace Sangalang
I’ve recently been thinking about the Strange Fire Conference put on by John MacArthur, since there has been quite a big uproar about it on the blogosphere in Evangelical circles. John MacArthur, being a staunch cessationist (believing that sign gifts from the Holy Spirit were only part of...
posted by Taylor Holbrook
This is, oddly enough, an article about writing an article. A former student of mine who now edits the university newspaper asked if I would write an OpEd piece for the upcoming Halloween issue. Touched (but mainly flattered), I accepted immediately, not considering the ramifications of my...