FIRST-PERSON: Vindication for I.D. at Baylor?
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--Baylor University remains a proving ground for SBC controversies.
FIRST-PERSON: Getting over our love for Darwin
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--Charles Darwin published his "Origin of Species" in 1859. There he presented the classic formulation of his theory of evolution.
FIRST-PERSON: Science czar as science abuser
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--John Holdren's appointment as President Obama's new science czar is emblematic of the abuse of science that we can increasingly expect in our secularized political environment. Holdren, in 1977, coauthored a book with environmentalists Paul and Anne Ehrlich titled “Ecoscience” in which they entertained the sterilization of humans by everything from surgical procedures to doping the water supply.
FIRST-PERSON: Faith & healing — Where’s the evidence?
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)–Todd Bentley’s healing ministry has gained national attention. His daily meetings for the past three months in Lakeland, Fla., have attracted hundreds of thousands from all over the world. The press has begun to question Bentley’s legitimacy — Is his financial accounting above board? Are miracles really happening? I want to raise […]
‘Expelled’ sets off fireworks
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--As Ben Stein's documentary "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed" enters its second week in theaters, I would like to comment on its first week of fireworks.
FIRST-PERSON: The difference ‘Expelled’ will make
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--When future intellectual historians describe the key events that led to the fall of "Darwin's Wall," Ben Stein's "Expelled" will top the list.
FIRST-PERSON: How not to debate intelligent design
WACO, Texas (BP)--Intelligent design has many critics. Some play hard and fair. Robert Pennock is not one of them.