Take That, Iconoclasts!

So it seems there’s new evidence that links the appearance of artwork—at least in its Paleolithic forms—with religious belief, rather than just the need to adorn the cave should company drop by and start making smart remarks. “This theory does not originate with the . . . . Continue Reading »

Cambodia’s Horror, and China’s

A reminder of a great evil, which began thirty-five years ago, in Lest We Forget: April 17, 1975 , by Var Hong Ashe. Just a few hours after the Khmer Rouge marched into Phnom Penh, our misery started. The Khmer Rouge ordered us to leave the city “for three hours only” and to carry nothing . . . . Continue Reading »

Ending oppression?

This morning’s Hamilton Spectator carries the happy news that another form of oppression is about to be lifted across the pond: EU: Vacations are a right, not a luxury. I last travelled overseas in 2006. Because I have reason to believe I can claim European citizenship (through Cyprus and/or . . . . Continue Reading »

Science and Religion: A Review Essay [4]

With the ongoing discussions about Bruce Waltke’s video at the BioLogos website and his subsequent resignation from RTS, as well as the long comment thread here at Evangel about events in Genesis, I thought I would post some thoughts about the relationship between science and religion that . . . . Continue Reading »

Science and Religion: A Review Essay [3]

With the ongoing discussions about Bruce Waltke’s video at the BioLogos website and his subsequent resignation from RTS, as well as the long comment thread here at Evangel about events in Genesis, I thought I would post some thoughts about the relationship between science and religion that . . . . Continue Reading »