2 a.m. Anxiety

2 a.m. Anxiety

Earlier this week I found myself awake in the middle of the night again, laying there in bed and worrying. I fretted about money: Would I be able to pay for next month’s utility bill? Did I pay this month’s credit card bill? How did I find myself...
A Theory of Creation

A Theory of Creation

Most of us are fairly familiar with theories of evolution. The basic premise is that the variety of life around us resulted from one common ancestor, that over the course of millions of years, genetic change and natural selection have given us rats and pigs and boys....
Jesus Was Not A Theistic Evolutionist

Jesus Was Not A Theistic Evolutionist

Jesus believed the creation account presented in Scripture, and not the one presented by Darwin et al. He believed that God created everything that exists, that he created specific “kinds”** of creatures that each reproduced “according to its...
I apologize if …

I apologize if …

I heard it again yesterday: The Non-Apology. I call it a “non-apology” because it’s conditional, and places the responsibility on the sinned-against rather than the sinner. “I’m sorry if you were offended by that,” they say....
Why I Will Homeschool (Part 2)

Why I Will Homeschool (Part 2)

I published an article yesterday entitled “Why I Will Homeschool,” in which I argue that the educational philosophy behind the systems and methodologies should be front and center when we make such an important decision for our children. Those in favor of...
Why I Will Homeschool (Part 1)

Why I Will Homeschool (Part 1)

First, I need to say upfront that there are many good parents who send their kids to government-funded schools and private schools. You are not necessarily in the wrong to delegate the responsibility of educating your children to the state. That said, my wife and I...