Today we review ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’. If an evolutionary worldview can be incarnated in a story, here it is. But rather than remain consistent with evolutionary presuppositions, like all evolutionary practice, ‘Rise of the Apes’ borrows from Christianity to build an explanation for morality without the source of a Creator God. Can this prequel and reboot of the classic franchise deliver where the previous attempts failed? Or is this movie just a barrel full of silly monkey business? Find out right now on Movieology!
I received the following from an advocate of Natural Law: “Natural Law is simply Biblical Law written on the conscience of every man.” If this is true, then why did God find it necessary to give us revealed law? He goes on to say: The Reprobate knows that murder, adultery, rape and theft are morally […]
Most children’s literature is innocuous. There’s no stated social, moral, or political worldview found in Pat the Bunny or Toes, Ears, and Nose!, but there is always an underlying worldview that gets more specific with age. This is why parents and grandparents need to be careful. Books are more than their covers and what other […]
Since the emergence of the Enlightenment atheism and the idolization of scientific method as the “true path to knowledge,” Christian apologists have been pointing to an obvious problem: Neither human reasoning nor human observation can explain the world. The human brain can only discover new things within a framework of a priori presuppositions; these presuppositions […]
After last week’s article was posted, I received an email from an individual who was concerned that I was placing blame on the Church for the sorry state of the American culture. He took exception to this thesis and offered a different explanation as to why the culture is the way it is. I believe […]