Reading Time: 2 minutes Yue Little grew a caterpillar into a pure, white moth, which she named Calvin. When I witness such things, imagining that somehow, through a blind process chock-full of errors, an organism arose which changes from a many-legged caterpillar into a two-winged creature of flight, is so preposterous as to be something out of a fairy tale.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The universe beginning to exist is a problem for atheism in that it indicates a creator. Multiple attempts to bypass this problem have been propounded, but my favorite is the argument that nothing exists right now. Does that sound crazy? Surely a professor at Oxford wouldn’t say that, right? I cut out this clip of the renowned chemist Dr. Peter Atkins saying just that. It’s quite the escape hatch to…
Reading Time: < 1 minute We’ve all heard of murderers who are described as having soulless eyes. It’s a creepy thing to imagine. In the worldview of atheism though, everyone has soulless eyes, because no one has a soul.
Reading Time: 2 minutes “Drag artists have channeled their penchant for playfully “‘reading each other to filth” into different forms of literacy, promoting storytelling as integral to queer and trans communities, as well as positioning queer and trans cultural forms as valuable components of early childhood education.”
Reading Time: 3 minutes Big tech suppresses certain ideas through social mechanisms and disallowing certain interactions. You’ve seen the playbook, which includes things like removing dislikes from ideas they support, prohibiting sharing of certain information entirely, banning heterodox thinkers who seem most open and might attract others, posting “fact-checks” which are factual though not truthful (and in some cases which are purely fallacious), and promoting certain concepts while disallowing others.
Reading Time: 5 minutes My friend [redacted] told me that things might be better if we societally-engineered everyone into getting vaccinated with our current vaccines. I told him that I owed him a longer response, but I didn’t have much time back then. I will submit this (hand-done, by me) transcription of a sliver of a speech for his consideration; I chose this because it was aimed at laypeople. Whether or not he finds it persuasive is beside the point; I owed him the explanation of why I held such opinions.
Reading Time: 2 minutes They say that you shouldn’t watch how they make the sausage. Today I’m going to help you watch narrative-building in real time. Observe below:
Reading Time: 2 minutes Interesantes cosas que demuestran que casi todo lo que hemos hecho y seguimos haciendo, no solo no tiene respaldo científico sino que es CONTRARIO a la evidencia científica.
Reading Time: 11 minutes Examining the telltale signs of a culture marching toward totalitarianism at breakneck speed.
Reading Time: 9 minutes A look into the history of Marxism, Nazism, and Christianity.
Be ready. Be active. Don’t lie. Serve others. Live Not by Lies.
Reading Time: 6 minutes In an age that seeks to force you into mental compliance, because surely you alone are left, do not give in, no matter how the temptation is packaged. Live Not by Lies.
Reading Time: 4 minutes This is part 2 in a series. One thing that I learned from Dr. J. Lennox of Oxford is that it’s imperative to test the premises and data of assertions, no matter the credentials and subject mastery of the person making the assertion. We don’t just need good reasoning, but also good logic. Logic is the fundamental rules that we apply to reasoning to “reason from A to B.” It’s…
Reading Time: 2 minutes One of the stranger things about atheism is that pedophilia isn’t a choice under it. Why? Because the laws of cause and effect outside of the head don’t stop in the inside of the head.
Reading Time: 10 minutes Kings and nations share one thing in common: they rise to power, and then they die. In this post I examine the 7 stages of all great nations, the deadliness of decadence and the self-loathing it leads to, as well as what Christians need to do.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Far from being contemptuous of ethics, the perpetrators acted in strict conformity with an ethic which held that, however difficult and unpleasant the task might have been, mass extermination of the Jews and Gypsies was entirely justified.
Reading Time: 3 minutes On atheism, there are not actually various possible futures. That is to say, there is actually only one future that is ever possible. And there is little difference between you and a rock.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Three different thoughts on the Trinity and God, from three different angles.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The Philippines have had universal mask wear AND a strict lockdown, yet cases are surging and now exceed 6k a day. This is much worse than it looks because they barely test at all. It’s 0.27/1000 pop/day. Per capita per test, it’s over 3X the US. Let’s run through the (rough) math: 6277 cases/day. testing is 0.27 vs 2.3 in the US, so multiply by 8.51. The population is 107mm…
Reading Time: 11 minutes Is your mind or the mind of a loved one being parasitized by bad ideas?
Reading Time: 6 minutes Notable analysis of some WHO commentary.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Just my two cents. God bless!
Reading Time: 2 minutes Fatherlessness is the single best predictor of violence in young men. Masculinity can become “toxic” in the absence of the wise Patriarch—but it’s just an aggressive form of sin.
Reading Time: 2 minutes I made the following transcript of an anti-racist, critical race theory speech to help people understand the perceptual filters that critical social justice wishes to apply to the world.
Reading Time: 5 minutes A must-read. Dr. James Lindsay’s journey mirrors my own. I began studying Critical Race Theory in 2013, and it truly does “awaken” one to race in profound ways. The solutions and prescriptions it proffers, however, are destructive and divisive. Something to consider: In the 19th and early 20th century, the belief that there were different “races” of Europeans was popular. What if Critical Race Theory came into being in 1910? Would…
Reading Time: 7 minutes In essence, idea laundering works through systemic infiltration of ideological malfeasance in the peer-review process. The grievance studies showed how this works, so I won’t go into too much detail (all the professors involved are liberal; Dr. Boghossian wrote “A Manual for Creating Atheists, so their worldview is humanist), but I’ll break it down a bit.