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Transgender Ideology and Child Abuse

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.

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Medical Critique of the Australian Medical Association’s Position Statement on Marriage Equality

Medical Critique of the Australian Medical Association’s Position Statement on Marriage Equality Curiously, the the Australian Medical Association lent its authority to the cause of homosexual ‘marriage’ by issuing its Position Statement on Marriage Equality (May 20th 2017). This was done without consulting AMA members or the wider medical community. By 12 August, one week after being made public, a petition opposing this Position Statement …

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The Wild Human Theory – Adam was not the first Hominid

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.

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Kant’s famous three questions are too often left unanswered

German philosopher Immanuel Kant posed three famous questions at the root of all philosophical enquiry in his book Critique of Pure Reason in 1781-1787. What can I know? What must I do? What may I hope? Western luminaries, celebrities and notaries reflecting upon their successful lives often seek to answer these very same questions in one form or another. Unfortunately, these questions are almost invariably left unanswered, or their answers are unsatisfactory. Most will offer an optimism in human reason or progress which is not substantiated by historical experience. Many of the more honest ones will say they have more questions than they did at the beginning of their careers. Dr James Fratzia applies Biblical understanding to these questions.

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Fermi’s Paradox Blog

Cosmology is a rich trove whose infinite treasures of knowledge are there to be mined. Ultimately naturalism seeks an explanation that invariably invokes not just one but often several mechanisms to account for life in our cosmos. Unfortunately for advocates of the multiverse and panspermia, these explanations only push the envelope of causation back one step but they are not ultimate realities that exist necessarily.

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Fermi’s Paradox : Biogenesis, Abiogenesis and Design.

Fermi’s Paradox : Biogenesis, Abiogenesis and Design explores the apparent contradiction between the high probability of the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations, and the lack of evidence of, or contact with, such civilizations. It uses the a scientific and a Biblical framework of the origin of life as the guiding principle for explaining the paradox.