Good rebuttal to the Zeitgeist movie that denies Christianity and advances silly 9/11 conspiracy theories.
Greg Koukl points out the irrationality of evolutionists celebrating Earth Day
No locust swarm stops short of denuding a field because it ought to “leave a bit for the crickets. After all, we all have a right to be here.” The logic of naturalism and the rules of evolution dictate human beings rape our environment, just as everything else does, not protect it.
The moral obligations underpinning Earth Week activities simply do not follow from the naturalistic world view that embraces Darwinism. It follows, rather, from a theistic world view in which God has created man as unique and given him responsibility over the Earth to care for it. Earth Week makes sense for Christians, not for Darwinists.
Gardasil Moms: If one of those 32 dead girls or women was your daughter. . . — I wouldn’t rush out and get the vaccine for your girls just yet.
The Hidden Curriculum — “What do people learn from you about the Christian life? Sometimes it’s what you never intended to teach.”
Questions for Obama supporters — my favorite:
Obama was asked, “At what point does a baby get human rights?” His response: “. . . answering that question with specificity, you know, is above my pay grade.” Based on his leadership in opposition to the Illinois Born Alive Infants Protection Act, Obama has demonstrated that he believes that a baby gets human rights at an unspecified time AFTER he or she is born. My question to liberals: is infanticide acceptable?
Alonzo Rachel (aka Zo) speaking at the Sacramento Tea Party protest