The first 30 seconds are misdirection but stick around for the transition for this great one.
When we aren’t in a position to evaluate something for ourselves – when we don’t have the needed expertise – then the next best thing we can do is evaluate the trustworthiness of the experts we’re forced to rely on (Matt. 7:20, Prov 12:17). And the AMA’s long involvement with the tobacco industry – a product that has harmed millions – gives us reason to doubt either their ethics or their expertise, or both. Then skepticism is also reasonable when we are relying on their take to shape what we think about a novel vaccine.
Our God is three in one. That’s something we may never fully grasp, but because we love God we should be interested in seeking to grasp in part. And this short introduction to the doctrine of the Trinity is a great place to start.
For kids, school can feel like a performance. They have to think through what they say and do every minute of the day, not only in class, but even in the hallway, because there’s always an audience around, always looking to critique.
That’s brutal, but at least coming home can be an escape… except that social media means even time away can be “performance time” – the critics are still ready.
For an aspiring author, these are a half dozen great tips.
President of the Institute for Creation Research (ICR.org) Dr. Randy Gulizza spent a fascinating hour on the Babylon Bee Podcast talking about how creationists can find deeper and deeper design because they know to look for it, even as evolutionists try to explain complexity via genetic breakages.