Dirty Deeds & the Christian Author (via Johnny Came Home)

I'm sure much has already been said on this matter somewhere on the blogosphere, but I got to thinking about it today: My characters are generally bad people. The whole stinkin' lot of them simply reek of original sin. They're perfectly awful which is only perfectly natural given the general state of humanity. Even us Christians…

US Supreme Court Stomps on the Religious Freedom of Christian Campus Groups

I’m really too disgusted with this decision to comment on it fully. Today, the Supreme Court of the United States made a decision that undermines the constitutional rights of religious organizations everywhere. This comes on the eve of liberal activist Judge Crabb’s ruling that the National Day of Prayer is somehow unconstitutional!  Activist judges are undermining the…

How Big Was Noah’s Ark? (via Noah’s Ark: Beyond Flannelgraph)

Check out our new Noah’s Ark: Beyond Flannelgraph site! Short Answer: About 450 feet long, 75 feet wide and 45 feet high, divided into 3 levels [or decks]. Bible Reference: Genesis 6:14-15 “Make thee an ark of gopher wood; rooms shalt thou make in the ark, and shalt pitch it within and without with pitch….

Is Creationism a Side Issue? (via CreationLetter.com)

This article from our Creation Apologetics Resources section at http://CreationLetter.com explores 4 important reasons why Creationism is not a side issue: 1. A literal 6-day Creation is the plain meaning of Scripture. 2. Evolution and Creationism are contradictory to one another. 3. Evolution undermines the foundational basis of the Gospel. 4. The fruit of evolution…

Why Darwinists Argue (via DefendingGenesis.org)

This post was written back in 2007, one of the earliest Creationist pieces written for this site, while I was blogging as Sirius Knott. It explores a rather simple question: Why do Darwinists argue at all? I think in the end you’ll agree that we Creationists have far better reason to argue for our worldview…

Casting Pearls, or When Argument is Pointless – Part 2

When is it pointless to engage someone in argument or debate? A lot of times, it’s difficult to tell the difference between someone who has legitimate objections to the faith and someone who’s simply throwing up a smokescreen. This is especially difficult on the internet. How do we know when to make the effort and when…

Casting Pearls, or When Argument and Debate Are Pointless – Part 1

It can be difficult to tell the difference between someone with an honest objection to the faith and someone who’s just throwing out smoke, especially in the blogosphere. I obviously engage in a good bit of apologetics online and off, but a lot of times it quickly becomes apparent that I’m wasting my time. There are other…