August 1, 2021

Tag: religion

Joseph Leads The Way: What to Do In Trying Times | iApologia
Christian worldview

Joseph Leads The Way: What to Do In Trying Times | iApologia

Cultural events over the past months have been front-burner issues. From politics, business, technology, economics, media, science and the humanities, we have been inundated with culture issues. In opposition to some who would think that Christians should abstain from cultural controversy, I think we are some of the best equipped to think about this topic. […]

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A Post-Election Plan For A True Cultural Revolution | iApologia
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A Post-Election Plan For A True Cultural Revolution | iApologia

Mao Zedong’s “Great Leap Forward” was dubbed the “Cultural Revolution,” but it was neither. Instead of a leap forward, it was a leap back. Instead of a cultural revolution, it was a cultural devolution. People’s freedom and liberty were stolen. People’s wealth and property were stolen. People’s lives through forced labor camps, mass hunger and […]

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The Year The World Bumped Into Itself | iApologia
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The Year The World Bumped Into Itself | iApologia

It was a little over 500 hundred years ago. The event changed the world, quite literally. It was changed by one man’s vision and valor, persistence and perseverance, and fortitude and fearlessness. Historians would remember it was the same year of the Reconquista, when the subjugating Islamic hegemony was expelled from the Iberian Peninsula. The […]

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Scientism: the Twisted Religion of Science & Why it’s False
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Scientism: the Twisted Religion of Science & Why it’s False

Social media seems to crawl with comments like “prove that scientifically,” a valid request in some cases, but not all. Some scream “invalid” if a claim was not published in a secular peer reviewed journal. Some popular level science writers weave a utopian vision of science, similar to science fiction. Then you get infamous lines […]

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Murder of the Innocent: The Jesus Story
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Murder of the Innocent: The Jesus Story

He was maybe a year or two old. I could hear him cry, but I could not see him since he was hidden deep inside of the concrete pipe. How far down he was, I don’t know for sure, maybe ten feet into the ground. The scene was abuzz, easily fifty or a hundred people […]

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