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Tag: New York

  • Jane Goodall among the flood of activists at NYC’s Climate March

    More than 310,000 people participated in People’s Climate March in New York City, making it the largest climate rally in history. They were joined by hundreds of thousands of other people who marched in similar events in 156 countries. Fusion’s … Continue reading

  • Sneering at Parents, Hiding Behind “Science” — The Emergency Contraception Controversy

    By Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr. Looking for evidence that our society is losing its mind? Just look at the controversy over so-called “emergency contraceptives” and a federal judge’s effort to make these drugs available, over the counter, to girls of … Continue reading

  • Christian Ministry in the Shadow of the Mosque [with video]

    Evidence of the vast changes that mark the American landscape come with a new report, The American Mosque 2011. The report was produced by a coalition of research centers and organizations under the direction of Ihsan Bagby of the University of … Continue reading

  • Human Cloning Advanced Despite Ethics

    A researcher in New York obtained women’s eggs and conducted experiments on them that could lead to human cloning.  While done in the name of regenerative medicine, the experiments on embryonic stem cells involved the destruction of a human embryo.  … Continue reading

  • Man on a Darwin Mission

    When you think of helping people in the inner city, do you think of Darwin?  Probably what comes to mind are religious missions, government social workers, the Red Cross, the Peace Corps, or UNESCO.  David Sloan Wilson, author of Evolution for … Continue reading

  • The Culture of Death Grows Desperate: War Declared on Crisis Pregnancy Centers

    Crisis pregnancy centers deserve the support of all who cherish the sanctity of life, the defense of the unborn, and the right of free speech. The U.S. Supreme Court’s declaration of war upon the unborn in its infamous 1973 decision, Roe … Continue reading

  • “Domestic Convulsion”

    The Founders of the American Republic were well-informed, educated, intelligent men. When it came to establishing a republic, they did their homework. They familiarized themselves with history and grasped the principles and lessons to be learned from the past. They understood … Continue reading

  • The Resurrection and Genesis

    On Easter, Christians around the world celebrate the Resurrection of our “great God and Saviour, Jesus Christ” (Titus 2:13), in the most important holiday of the Christian calendar.1 The doctrine of the Resurrection of Christ is one of the most … Continue reading

  • NOMA Still Isn’t Working

    Science journals and websites continue to act as if religion is a subcategory of the science department.  If Stephen Jay Gould thought that NOMA was a good idea to keep peace between science and religion (see 11/05/2006), nobody paid any attention.  … Continue reading

  • Sir David Brewster—Scientist, Creationist, Preacher

    At Glasgow’s International Airport, Prestwick, where some New York flights make their first touchdown on the British Isles, portraits of Scotland’s famous scientists, inventors, explorers, and national leaders, challenge visitors to esteem a race of people whose intellectual achievements have … Continue reading

  • The Empire State’s Moral Revolution

    New York State Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage The legal, social, moral, and political maps of America were redefined last Friday night as the New York State Senate voted 33-29 to legalize same-sex marriage in the state. The State Assembly had already … Continue reading

  • Declaration of Independence

    IN CONGRESS, JULY 4, 1776 The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and … Continue reading

  • More Proof That Dinosaurs Lived with ‘Later’ Creatures

    According to evolution, dinosaurs lived during an age when birds and non-reptile land creatures were either present in just a few “primitive” forms or not at all. But a recent National Geographic online interview offered a summary of fossil discoveries made in a dinosaur-bearing … Continue reading

  • Walking Trees …

    Modern Science Helps Us Understand a Puzzling Miracle In the Gospel of Mark, there is an intriguing account of how Jesus healed a blind man in a two-step process: ‘And He came to Bethsaida. And they brought a blind man … Continue reading

  • Evolutionary Cladograms and Malevolent, Straw-men Creationists

    A review of Evolution: What the Fossils Say and Why it Matters by Donald R. Prothero Columbia University Press, New York, 2007 Reviewed by John Woodmorappe his book is so jam-packed with information (and disinformation!) that it would take a separate book … Continue reading

  • New York Legislature on Building Churches and Keeping the Sabbath

    The Duke’s Laws, Feb 28, 1665:  Whereas, the public worship of God is much discredited for want of painful [serious] and able ministers to instruct the people in the true religion, it is ordered that a church shall be built … Continue reading

  • Dr Raymond Damadian, Pioneer of MRI

    Super-scientist slams society’s spiritual sickness! Dr Raymond V. Damadian would probably be too humble to accept the title ‘super-scientist’ but the many people whose lives have been saved by the MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scanning technology he developed might think … Continue reading

  • A Revealing Look at the World’s Religious Belief Systems

    A review of Discovering God by Rodney Stark HarperOne, New York, 2007 Rodney Stark is professor of Social Sciences at Baylor University, and is a prolific author and renowned scholar in the field of sociology of religion. This new book is … Continue reading

  • America, Christianity, and the Culture War (Part II)

    Political Documents: Speeches and Quotes by Founders As one peruses the plethora of speeches, writings, and private correspondence left behind by the Founders, one is literally overwhelmed by their incessant allusion to the critical importance of God and Christianity to … Continue reading

  • Throwing the Bible Under the Bus

    Giberson and Collins reveal their true understanding of biblical inspiration when they locate it, not in the authorship of the text at all, but in the modern act of reading the text. In his 1996 novel, In the Beauty of the … Continue reading

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