Archive for 'Tag Archives: 'secularism''

Et tu Richard? Richard Dawkins Cancelled by Berkeley Radio Station- “Islamophobic”


Anyone who has followed our website over the years or pays attention to religious news is certainly familiar with Richard Dawkins. He may be the best known atheist and anti-theist in the world. He is a [...]

New Poll: Religious Slide Continues in USA


The results of a new poll conducted by the highly respected Pew Research Center for Religion and Public Life (PRCRPL) was released on November 3rd. For many years the PRCRPL has followed the trends in various [...]

Planned Parenthood and “Situation Ethics”


 In the 1960s an ordained Episcopal priest and Harvard Divinity School ethics professor named Joseph Fletcher (1905-1991) wrote a best selling book titled Situation Ethics. In his lectures and books, Fletcher (who later admitted he was [...]

Gay Marriage is Now Legal, So What’s Next?


  In my last blog (April- way too long ago) I discussed how the table is being set for American moral dominoes to continue to be knocked down. This past week we saw one big one finally [...]

The Next Moral Domino Down?


For the past thirty years or more, secularists and moral relativists, including many who claim to be Christian, have cunningly manipulated the media to convince the masses that fornication, homosexuality, transvestism, gay marriage, sadomasochism, and other [...]

Take Your Youth Group to See “The Giver!”


  What would it be like to live in a world where people were assigned their careers by an all-powerful state? Who would want to live in a place where emotions, sensations, and pain were neutralized [...]

Polygamy: The LDS Legacy That Won’t Go Away


In 1890, Wilford Woodruff, the then President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), issued a “Declaration” that, in effect ,suspended the Mormon doctrine of plural marriage (polygamy). Actually, polygamy was a notorious [...]

A Day We Shouldn’t Forget (But not just for the reason you think)


I remember it like it was yesterday. It was late Friday afternoon in Mrs. Farrell’s sixth-grade class at the old Sealey Elementary School on 7th Avenue in Tallahassee. A guy named Joe and I were having [...]

The Year in Review –Good or Bad, Neutral or Sad


Here is my list of the most important events of 2012 in America from a worldview perspective. These are the ones that, in my humble opinion, had the greatest impact on the moral, philosophical, and spiritual lives [...]

“Flying Nuns” vs. “Flying Nones”?


One of the most innocuous TV shows ever made was “The Flying Nun.” It starred a very young Sally Field as a Catholic Nun who, when the wind blew under her wide brimmed habit, could lift [...]