“Progressive” beliefs are just playthings and status-markers for the rich. The writer calls them “luxury beliefs”. It is based on Thorstein Veblen’s Theory of the Leisure Class. The consequences of their activism are counterproductive for those they claim to be helping and damaging to the fabric of society as a whole.” The same could be said for luxury beliefs.
An American College of Pediatricians review of the impact of Transgender Idoelogy in Paediatric practise had concluded that the ideology is not based on sound science and is producing large scale child abuse. Professionals are using the myth that people are born transgender to justify engaging in massive, uncontrolled, and unconsented experimentation on children who have a psychological condition that would otherwise resolve after puberty in the vast majority of cases. Today’s institutions that promote transition affirmation are pushing children to impersonate the opposite sex, sending many of them down the path of puberty blockers, sterilization, the removal of healthy body parts, and untold psychological damage. These harms constitute nothing less than institutionalized child abuse.
Is the Kingdom of Satan real? How do we recognise Satan’s Kingdom? How do we deal with it when we do identify it? Is there a Pax Diabolica which ‘blind’ leaders cannot see?
There is little scientific evidence that people are born gay or transgender. Yet those who point this out in the academic intstitutions are hounded by those who wish to drown out free thinking, scientific or Biblical revelation which undermines their position.
The “Wild Human Theory” arises from an examination of the Biblical evidence in Genesis 4-6 suggesting that Adam was not the first Homonid. There were possibly at least three different homonid groups in the Biblical narrative. The line of Adam called the sons of God, wild humans with whom they bred inappropriately to produce heroic hybrids, and the nephilim or giants. It seeks to provide an alternative to traditional theological narratives which is not exclusive of non-atheistic scientific anthropology. The Wild Human Theory explains the origin of the cognitive explosion which accompanies the emergence of truly Homo sapiens 40,0000 years ago.
The medical debate regarding euthanasia in Australia heavily favours naturalism as a worldview within a framework which excludes supernaturalism (a spiritual wordlview) via an exclusive claim to being rational and evidenced-based. Terms such as MAID (medical assistance in dying) verbally sanitise the proposed medically assisted killing or suicide. The most powerful spiritual arguments which should be considered are those which question exclusive naturalism.
Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview is a book on the philosophy of science by Moreland and Craig in which the epistemiology of naturalism is explored, demonstrating the catastrophe for the atheist who affirms naturalism and denies the independent existence of souls.
Why Is There Life In The Cosmos by aristotle0 compiles the scientific arguments for the existence of the Judeo-Christian God as the Creator.
The fathers of science as you know were Christians. These include Newton, Kepler, Copernicus, Galileo, Boyle, Pasteur and Mendel. These forefathers of science correctly perceived no contradiction between science and theism
God’s omnipotence does not encompass the ability to actualise logically contradictory states of affairs – wave particle duality.