In response to Frank Curcio’s March 24 letter “God and science,” I’d like to explain the difference between creationism and intelligent design, which Mr. Curcio seems to use interchangeably. He mixes them up and in the process, may confuse readers.… Continue reading
Who is Michael Dowd? He calls himself an evangelist. Not surprisingly, he can be found in churches preaching. But Dowd’s gospel is not one where sin is rebellion against God, but rejection of Darwin.
Likewise, salvation doesn’t come from Jesus… Continue reading
Rep Randy Forbes (R.-Va.) has spent four years fighting to have Congress officially support the right to have the national motto “In God We Trust” in government buildings and public schools.
Forbes won a big victory [on March 17] when… Continue reading
A celebrated Philadelphia neurologist
is summoned and led to the bedside of a woman suffering from pneumonia – by a child that appeared normal to him, but had, in fact, been dead for a month.
A missionary in the New Hebrides Islands… Continue reading
By Hal McKenzie
Jan. 28, 2003
Several science articles that have appeared on the Web lately suggest that an air of almost religious fervor is sweeping the scientific world. With the application of computer science, also known as cybernetics,… Continue reading
Michael Newdow speaks to the media in this 2004 photo taken in Sacramento, Calif. / AP / Rich Pedroncelli
By Hal McKenzie March 31, 2004
The Supreme Court last week took up the question of whether the words… Continue reading
Muslims greet Orthodox Christians leaving the church where Saturday's bomb blast took place in Alexandria, Jan. 6. / Reuters/Asmaa Waguih
In the past 10 days, Christian churches have been attacked in Egypt and Nigeria and improvised explosive devices have been… Continue reading
How should one trust God? A short story by Osho reveals the truth, like all other Osho stories normally do.
A man who was newly married was on his way back home with his bride
in a boat, traversing a… Continue reading