A Christian jeweler in Canada is under fire for providing service to a lesbian couple by making a pair of custom wedding rings for their same-sex 'wedding'.
Yes, you read that right.
His winnowing fork is in his hand, and he will clear his threshing floor and gather his wheat into the barn, but the chaff he will burn with unquenchable fire. (Matthew 3:12, ESV)
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – A bill introduced in the Alabama legislature that would allow students to learn the strengths and weaknesses of scientific theories is being criticized and ridiculed by evolutionists as an attempt by “religious fanatics” to “undermine the integrity of science education.”Are their criticisms well-founded? Doesn't sound like it:
“This bill would require the State Board of Education, local boards of education, and staff of K-12 public schools to create an environment that encourages students to explore scientific questions, learn about scientific evidence, develop critical thinking skills, and respond appropriately and respectfully to differences of opinion about scientific subjects,” the bill’s synopsis states. “This bill would also allow public school teachers to help students understand, analyze, critique, and review the scientific strengths and scientific weaknesses of all existing scientific theories covered in a science course.”You know, back in the dark ages of the late 80's and early 90's, when I was going through studies for my eventual biology degree, we called this kind of thing – the critical analysis of theories, hypotheses, and 'facts'-so-called ('there's no such thing as 'fact' in science', we were told; 'they're just things which have stood the test of time and analysis'') – science.
HB 592 also encourages public schools to “review in an objective manner the scientific strengths and scientific weaknesses of all existing scientific theories.” The bill would also allow students to discuss and debate disputed scientific subjects, “including, but not limited to, biological evolution, the chemical origins of life, and human cloning.”
Megachurch preacher Paula White has married rock and roll star Jonathan Cain, making the occasion both her and Cain’s third marriage.Bible-believing Christians will note one problem right off the bat: Scripture does not allow women to be pastors of churches; Paula White is already disobedient to the word of God, so why would anyone think she'd be obedient in much else?