Many of us can’t do without it, but some are taking their dependence on the Internet to a whole new level. Could the Internet actually become omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent?Read More
Sharon and I just uploaded our weekly Bible study. This week, we covered Numbers 25-29–the worship of Baal-Peor, the sin of the Israelite prince and Midianite princess (sex in the tabernacle?!), and God’s commands for the required daily, Sabbath, monthly, and annual offerings. Click here for the notes and the mp3.
Dr. Michael Lake invited me to be a guest on his excellent program, Kingdom Intelligence Briefing, a couple weeks back. I allowed myself to get distracted by a shiny object and forgot to link to the show. You can hear it here.
Transhumanist Party presidential candidate Zoltan Istvan suggests that the 85% of the world who believe in life after death are a major obstacle to attaining immortality. He feels that we “deathists” are so eager to reach our eternal reward that we will resist a technological upgrade, and that we will consider transhumanism a blasphemous desire to become gods.
Probably right on both counts.
The outrage in the wake of the passage of Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act — expressed not just as vitriol directed at Christians, but as total disregard for the facts of the matter — makes it clear that as gays are welcomed out of the closet, Christians (along with Muslims and conservative Jews) are being shoved into it.