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Intelligent design theories gaining steam in scientific circles

My wife is taking an anatomy and physiology class right now.  There is rarely a day of her studies that some intricate complexity of design is not remarked upon.  The human body, let alone the rest of the universe, is awe inspiring.  Read at :

Until Charles Darwin, almost everyone everywhere believed in some form of intelligent design (the majority still do): not just Christians, Jews, and Muslims, but almost every tribesman in every remote corner of the world drew the obvious conclusion from observing animals and plants that there must have been a mind behind the creation of living things. Darwin thought he could explain all of this apparent design through natural selection of random variations. In spite of the fact that there is no direct evidence that natural selection can explain anything other than very minor adaptations, his theory has gained widespread popularity in the scientific world, simply because no one can come up with a more plausible theory to explain evolution, other than intelligent design, which is dismissed by most scientists as “unscientific.”

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The silencing of the ducks


A Facebook group demanding that A&E reinstate "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson has become more popular than the A&E's official Facebook page.

As of Friday, "Stand With Phil Robertson" has garnered more than  on Facebook, versus A&E's approximately 588,000.

A&E is walking a thin line with free speech issues.  Read the whole thing at :

I did not start viewing Duck Dynasty until a few months ago. It has since become our favorite show and we can’t get enough of it. Christian values, real people, guns and hunting – what’s not to love? But it would seem that being a Christian and espousing your beliefs in America is now becoming ever more dangerous., ultimately you will care and you will have to take a stand and take sides.

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Really well done!

Kirsten Powers: My journey from atheist to Christian

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The headline at Hot Air caught my eye:

Whoa! Who saw this coming? Feminist Democrat gets Jesus?

It’s like picking up the paper and reading that Kim Jong Un has decided that free markets and democratic elections are the way to go.

Anyway, in her article in Christianity Today, Kirsten Powers credits a pastor, Tim Keller of Redeemer Presbyterian Church on the Upper East Side of New York. What’s very interesting to me is the extent to which she confirms what I’ve long suspected about a certain type of atheist: It’s an intellectual thing, about self-image.

Christianity is profoundly unfashionable among college-educated young people. If there is no one in their lives who will speak up for the Gospel truth, peer pressure and popular culture will be the predominant influence. The supposedly radical individual, as atheists often like to think of themselves, is usually just following the herd. Here, let’s let :

US Army defines Christian ministry as 'domestic hate group'

Two recent articles showing how U.S. Armed Forces are being trained to think of Christian groups as terror organizations.  First, :

Several dozen U.S. Army active duty and reserve troops were told last week that the , a well-respected Christian ministry, should be classified as a domestic hate group because the group advocates for traditional family values.

The briefing was held at Camp Shelby in Mississippi and listed the AFA alongside domestic hate groups like the Ku Klux Klan, Neo-Nazis, the Black Panthers and the Nation of Islam.

A soldier who attended the briefing contacted me and sent me a photograph of a slide show presentation that listed AFA as a domestic hate group. Under the AFA headline is a photograph of Westboro Baptist Church preacher Fred Phelps holding a sign reading “No special law for f***.”

American Family Association has absolutely no affiliation with the controversial church group known for picketing the funerals of American servicemembers.

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Fort Hood has returned to the news, serving again as the front in the war against Western Civilization. Todd Starnes :

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