Contributers

 

Oxymoron: “Evolutionary Thinking”

Eric Hovind February 18th, 2011

I have always gotten a kick out of oxymorons!  Webster defines oxymoron as “a combination of contradictory or incongruous words: something (as a concept) that is made up of contradictory or incongruous elements.”

They’re both religions

Eric Hovind February 14th, 2011

Many people think that religion and science do not go together. Often, they compartmentalize each into completely separate places in their lives. Science, after all, is based upon observation and testing—unquestionable facts. Right? Religion, on the other hand, is based upon thoughts, feelings, and beliefs. Science is material; religion is immaterial. Science gives answers; religion causes problems. Isn’t this the basic attitude towards the two?

Bacteria as a Hard Drive

Eric Hovind January 17th, 2011

Saw this article on Holy Kaw:

Save a Stork

Eric Hovind January 14th, 2011

Just watched a video that blew me away. I have had the privilege of standing in front of an abortion clinic, asking women to reconsider the decision they are making.  This concept immediately grabbed my attention and I wanted to share it with you.

Name-Calling vs. Fact

Eric Hovind January 11th, 2011

It is amazing to me how many times discussions with Evolutionists turn into arguing matches and lead to a lot of illogical name-calling. Tactics will turn ad hominem very quickly.  This is how a typical argument goes:

Government Master Card

Eric Hovind December 15th, 2010

I just love the new Government Master Card. It is a great way to get a conversation started about the truth of Godonomics. An economy not based on God’s ways inevitably leads to problems.

How I Know God Exists?

Eric Hovind December 10th, 2010

As we street witness, we often notice that Christians have a very hard time defending their faith. Many stutter, trip over their words, or have long, awkward silences. When caught of guard, our reasoning for our belief in God may be “I just have faith” or “that’s how I was raised.” We think that we need to be able to give better answers than that.

Who do you think God is?

Eric Hovind November 22nd, 2010

G.K. Chesterton once said:

“What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.”