Many people today may not realize that the very first civil rights act was passed in 1866 by Republicans in Congress. The Civil Rights Act of 1866 was the first federal law to define citizenship and affirm all citizens equal protection under the law. However, this act was not strong enough to ensure the abolishment … Continue reading How Do We Enslave Ourselves to the Law?
Introduction Ten years ago, when I was working towards my master’s degree in Geographic Information Systems at Penn State University, I never thought my education in geospatial networking and statistical modeling would help me to appreciate how God designed biological neural networks. At that time, knowing how geospatial network data is constructed for GPS units … Continue reading How Artificial Neural Networks Point to Intelligent Design
Introduction As a fundamentalist evangelical do you often find yourself getting aggravated when Christians say that Christians and Muslims worship the same God? Are you thoroughly confused when you see posts on social media of Christian women wearing the hijab out of solidarity with their “Muslim sisters”? How about interfaith dialogue? Should Christians be having … Continue reading Understanding the Ecumenism of Peter Kreeft
by Jim Choury of Haven Ministries A little over half way through this essay, I express the importance of first asking “What is it?” when delving into an inquiry. In other words, what category does whatever one is examining fall into? We wouldn’t want to use a hammer where a pipe wrench is called for. And we wouldn’t … Continue reading Critical Thinking
Introduction Why are we seeing a rise in communism in America today despite it being the most destructive ideological force in history responsible for the deaths of over 100 million people?More importantly, why are we seeing an embrace of communism by so called “Christians?” Why are some progressive Evangelical churches more focused on social justice … Continue reading How the False Eschatology of the Progressive Church is Leading to a Rise in Communism in America
Introduction Bilal ibn Rabah has been revered over the centuries as the face of non-Arab Islam and has remained an inspiration to African muslims during times of great transgression. Today, pseudo-Islamic cults are using the story of Bilal ibn Rabah, the African Diaspora, and pseudo history as recruitment tools to gain followers from the Native … Continue reading The Call of Bilal: How Pseudo-Islamic Cults are using the African Diaspora and Pseudo History to Influence Native Americans