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Let’s think biblically and critically about evolutionary “family trees.”
Most living things share the same genetic code. Does that mean they also share the same ancestor(s)?
Does biogeography, the study of living things’ distributions, show that microbes-to-man evolution is true? Let’s think about it.
Does the human body harbour evidence for evolution? Some textbooks may claim this, but let’s see how to think biblically and critically about such arguments.
Textbooks may claim that nature includes “bad designs” pointing to evolution rather than a Creator. Let’s see how to think through such arguments.
Textbooks often present living things’ physical, genetic, or developmental similarities as top-notch evidence for evolution. Let’s see how to think through any such argument biblically and critically.
Textbooks often call drug-resistant bacteria prime “evidence for evolution.” Let’s apply some of the 7 Checks of Critical Thinking to a real textbook example of this claim.
Natural selection in soapberry bugs is supposed to be a textbook case of “evidence for evolution.” Let’s apply the 7 Checks of Critical Thinking to see if that’s true.
It’s no secret that propaganda, which persuades using anything but logic, riddles mainstream classrooms and culture with messages which attack the Bible.
Even when we know they’re not true, arguments that rely on propaganda and flawed logic can still sound incredibly persuasive.
Have you ever heard the analogy that, like three blind men feeling the same elephant, all religions describe the same truth?
Can the scientific method really “prove” things? To find out, let’s look at the difference between inductive and deductive reasoning.
I’ve noticed one particular objection to Christianity rings especially loud in today’s secular classrooms and culture. You’ve almost certainly heard it too.
Is the Bible’s message false because people who claim to believe it may be hypocrites?
First Peter 3:15 urges us as believers to defend our hope with gentleness and respect.
I’m so excited to be sharing the critical thinking tools which helped me at university, and which apply to any Christian in secular classrooms and culture.
Critical thinking is...well critical to properly understanding the Bible, as well as properly interpreting the world around us.
Critical thinking is incredibly important when evaluating competing claims. But what does "critical thinking" really mean—and why should Christians care about it?
“God didn’t create humans,” the professor shook his head. “Humans created God.”The statement swept over our classroom like a slow wave, bearing the central message of secular humanism.
England’s influential history of placing man’s word above God’s runs much, much deeper than Darwin. To see how, we’ll have to step back in history.
How did France, with its once-Christian heritage, become one of the planet’s most secular nations?
How did France, a nation which once commissioned missionaries and constructed cathedrals, become so secular?
When youth hear unbiblical ideas like human evolution taught as fact, their questions about the Bible’s reliability can lead to serious faith crises if unaddressed.
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