Category Archives: Nature

This Is My Dog. Your Argument Is Invalid

  What argument, you say? All of ’em. Advertisements

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God Made The Little Spider, That In Turn Made This Amazing Web…

Unfortunately, most of it has broken and what is left can barely be seen. But if you look closely, you see can how the spider triangulated the moorings of the web, from the little bowed end of the hemlock branch … Continue reading

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When Spring Came, I Cut My Fig Tree Down. Then, God Took Over…

A couple of years back, I shared a post here about my love of figs and how my experience with a fig tree kinda, sorta, mirrored the parable found in Luke’s gospel. Remember it? Good times. Two seasons later, in … Continue reading

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Source of Global Climate Change Found (And It Almost Killed Us All)!

The New York Post, and a few other news outlets, are now running the story that the solar flare that occurred in July 2012 (pictured below) almost took us back to the Stone Age. Maybe it would have, maybe it … Continue reading

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N.T. Wright On Reality, Gay Marriage, And Being On The Wrong Side Of History

Over at First Things, Matthew Schmitz shared a video, and transcribed a rough draft of an interview that noted theologian, and retired Anglican bishop, N.T. Wright gave with J. John , of the Philo Trust, back in February. John asks questions … Continue reading

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Miraculous Proof That God Loves Mustangs More Than Camaros…

See what God did there? Toldja! Sing it, Wilson.

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Geocentricism Documentary Is Swallowed By A Black Hole of Whiskey Tango Foxtrot?!

  It turns out the film makers duped a number of folks into being “interviewed,” or otherwise associated  with  the project. Narrator Kate Mulgrew, for instance. Today she took to social media to say she was, “a voice for hire, … Continue reading

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Quacking On About Duck Dynasty, Homoeroticism, And The Usefulness Of The Historical-Critical Method

Yesterday, I shared a few of Audrey Assad’s thoughts on the Duck Dynasty imbroglio. Calm, level-headed, in accordance with the longstanding teachings of the Catholic Church, etc. A few days prior, some of you may have read Austin Ruse’s article … Continue reading

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Helen Alvaré Speaks Her Mind On The HHS Mandate

A few days before Thanksgiving, the Supreme Court decided to hear arguments in a couple of cases regarding religious liberty and the HHS Mandate. The biggest surprise to me was how this news garnered scant attention. In an effort to … Continue reading

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Faith In The Midst Of Devastation (Worth A Thousand Words)

Head over to TIME for the rest of their picks for the Top 10 Photos of 2013.

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