It might not be accurate, but it does help avoid dealing with unpleasant truths, doesn’t it?
Daniel Henninger from the Wall Street Journal examines ClimateGate and how he sees that undermining the objectivity of science. Our faith in the scientific community as objective seekers of scientific truth is dying because it is now plain to see that some in the scientific community are willing to distort scientific analysis to support their presuppositions.
It may be easy to dismiss the value of digital relationships but that is where many people are in the digital age and if Christians are committed to the command of Jesus to go and make disciples, then they need to be there too. That was the message that emerged at the Evangelical Alliance’s Digimission conference on Tuesday.
Washington, D.C.-based Family Research Council released on Wednesday a new study detailing the effects of pornography on marriages, children and individuals. “This is a ground-breaking review of what pornography costs families trying to create a life together,” said Dr. Pat Fagan, who authored the study and serves as FRC’s senior fellow and director of the Center for Research on Marriage and Religion.