Have you ever taken note of the sad and pathetic herd instinct which leads otherwise educated and rational human beings to parrot support for some of the most morally bankrupt and sometimes asinine ideas ever to come along? We see it frequently in areas like the homosexual agenda, creation and evolution, the anthropogenic global warming hoax, abortion and more.Why do so many human beings succumb to that impulse, and what can be done to stop it?
There are a number of areas where I disagree with Rick Perry, but at least he isn’t afraid to act like a Republican in public. Unlike Mitt “RomneyCare” Romney and Jon Huntsman, he doesn’t profess belief in unfounded and discredited “scientific” theories just because they’re politically correct. Huntsman may be trying to cater to the crowd by professing belief in man-made global warming and evolution, but the numbers show he’s running in the wrong direction.
The best of the best articles at Dakota Voice last week, including: Was Jesus a Teetotaler?; The Churchs Moment in the Unraveling of the West; Herman Cain, the Anti-Obama, Scares Leftist Media; Rabid Evolutionist Tries to Harass Rick Perry; Judges Beyond Reproach: No Challenges Allowed; Rick Perry Knows a Ponzi Scheme When He Sees One; The Cost of Breaking the Moral Law; and more!
It’s funny to watch liberals make fools of themselves as they try to make fools of conservatives. We got a chance to do that yesterday at a Rick Perry campaign stop in New Hampshire where a brave liberal woman sent her child to ask Perry questions about “science” and creation. Since we know how liberals sneer and look down their noses at anything the Bible has to say, we undoubtedly know this little exercise was engineered to make Perry look like a drooling Neanderthal in public.
The Origins 2011 creation conference is coming to Rapid City this month! The three-day event will be held July 28-30 at South Canyon Baptist Church in Rapid City, South Dakota. Origins 2011 will feature 10 scientists and educators from creation-affirming colleges and ministries. These individuals will be presenting cutting-edge research in creation science and education. Presentations will be made the evenings of July 28 and 29, and all day July 30.
This is the “mystery” of the kingdom to which Jesus referred. God’s kingdom is at work among men in two different stages. The world has yet to see the coming of God’s kingdom in its full and final power, but the mystery—the new revelation announced by Jesus—is that God’s kingdom has come to work among men but in an unexpected way. Perhaps the best way to understand the goal of the kingdom and why Jesus came to earth is to recall what sin has ruined.
Governor Steve Beshear of Kentucky and Answers in Genesis recently announced a partnership between AiG and Ark Encounter to build a full-scale recreation of Noah’s Ark in northern Kentucky not too far from AiG’s $27 million, 70,00 sq. ft Creation Museum. In addition to a full-scale ark, the 800-acre complex will include a replica of the Tower of Babel, a 5-D special effects theater, an aviary, and much more.
The best of the best from Dakota Voice last week, including: Who Will Expose Barack Obama’s Past?; Michelle Obama: Barack’s ‘Home Country in Kenya’; Tea Party Presents Contract From America; Arctic Ice Increase Dismays Global Warming Believers; Maverick McCain a Historical Revisionist ; Biased Biology Book Challenged; and more!
A vote on whether to remove a biology textbook that describes creationism as “the biblical myth” from Knoxville, Tenn., schools was tabled for another month. At the heart of the controversy is a phrase in the book, Asking About Life, that Farragut High School parent Kurt Zimmermann found to be biased towards Christianity. The phrase states that creationism is “the biblical myth that the universe was created by the Judeo-Christian God in 7 days.”
The Knox County Board of Education in Tennessee is considering an appeal for the removal of a biology book that one parent says is biased against creationism. “There is no good science supporting the theory of evolution,” Richard Dawson maintained before the school board. “No one anywhere knows how to create life in a laboratory. There’s no proof that spontaneous generation can or ever occurred.
The best of the best at Dakota Voice last week, including: Chris Matthews: West Point Military Academy is ‘Enemy Camp’; Evangelical Scientists Speak Out on Global Warming Hoax; Palin Tops Washington Post 2012 GOP Poll; Climate Model Source Code the Source of Global Warming Hysteria; House Republicans Grill Obama Science Advisor on ClimateGate; Looking for Global Warming in Minnesota; Huckabee Clemency Beneficiary Again Wreaking Havoc; and more!
The Cambrian explosion has been called the most spectacular event in the history of life, for in a moment of geological time complex animals first appeared on earth fully formed, without evidence of any evolutionary ancestors. Charles Darwin viewed this as an inexplicable mystery. Early in the Cambrian period compound eyes, articulated limbs, sophisticated sensory organs and skeletons burst into existence seemingly out of nowhere, without evidence of the gradualism upon which evolutionary theory depends.
The Discovery Institute, an intelligent design think tank, has filed a petition against the California Science Center for refusing to disclose certain public documents. The petition comes after the American Freedom Alliance filed a lawsuit against the science center for canceling a contract to screen a pro-intelligent design video at the center’s IMAX Theater.
The best of the best from Dakota Voice last week, including: Leaders Worldwide Call for Probe into Leaked Global Warming Emails; Socialists in a Panic Over ClimateGate…to Pass UN Climate Treaty; Climategate May Spur Lawsuit Against NASA for Denied Information Requests; The Manhattan Declaration, an historic document; ‘The Blind Side’ should trouble as well as inspire; Man in 23-Year Coma was Conscious All Along; Creationists to Distribute 1 Million Copies of Darwin’s ‘Origin of Species’; and more!
The best of the best at Dakota Voice last week, including: Survivor of Socialism Has Warning for America; Fox should replace Geraldo with Dobbs; Creation Museum a Top-Notch Tour of Biblical Science; Homosexual Activists Mull ‘Organized Terrorism’ Against Christians; Cap and Trade Bill So Flawed, EPA Lawyers Denounce It; D.C. Committee Passes Counterfeit Marriage Bill; US House Launches Attack on Constitution, American People; Liberals Love Fox News; and more.
A visit to the Creation Museum in northern Kentucky reveals a captivating look at creation science in a stunning 70,000 square-foot, $27 million facility. Featuring information about the museum and a slideshow of some of the offerings inside.
School officials in Spencer, Iowa, are putting the brakes on a proposed “religious liberty” policy that would allow students to critique Darwinism and study the Bible, among other things. Protests and criticism from nonreligious groups and advocates have led officials to reconsider implementing the policy.
The best of the best at Dakota Voice last week, including: Judge: Abortionists Must Tell Women Abortion Terminates a Human Life; Judge Orders Homeschooler into Public School for Being Too Religious; Hardball’s Chris Matthews Plays Hard to Get; The VA’s Death Book a Model for Obamacare; Marine Takes Oath Seriously, Why Don’t Congressmen?; Church Drops ‘Lutheran’ From Name after Pro-Homosexual Vote; Senate Wants Presidential Control of the Internet; and more.
As students step foot on campus for another school year, an intelligent design proponent has offered a few tips for the millions who will face the teaching of evolution in their science classrooms. Tip number one, “never opt out of learning evolution,” says Casey Luskin, co-founder of the Intelligent Design and Evolution Awareness (IDEA) Center, according to the Discovery Institute. “In fact, learn about evolution every chance you get.”
The best of the best last week from Dakota Voice. From President Obama’s inability to praise his own country, to hate crimes, to Al Gore’s plummeting credibility, to childhood sexual abuse and homosexuality, to hope and change, to change for homosexuals, to compelling evidence for intelligent design, and compromise with evil…we have it all!
Terrence Jeffrey interviewed Dr. Stephen C. Meyer recently regarding his new book “Signature in the Cell.” He discusses the stunning evidence of design in DNA, intellectual hypocrisy in the scientific community, and even touches on the implications the Marxist/Darwinist worldview has for American institutions.