This is a fantastic one to copy and paste to your own social media page…
“Louis Pasteur famously stated the Law of Biogenesis: life begets life. No experiment has ever refuted it. Evolutionists must believe it was violated in the past when life spontaneously originated somehow, somewhere.”
This is a longer read but a great overview of evolutionary explanations for how life began. For those that just don’t have the time, here’s the five-word summary: they don’t really have any.
“Jesus knows that no one wants to be anxious, and that most often it feels as if it is happening to us more than we are actively choosing to be anxious. The Word of God first helps us by defining anxiety so that we will understand precisely what we are up against…”
YouTube recently censored the Florida governor’s roundtable COVID discussion because his experts said children don’t have to wear masks. “Ironically, the World Health Organisation (WHO) itself advises that children under five should not be required to wear masks and that those between ages six and 11 need only wear masks in areas of ‘widespread transmission’.”
A little boy stepped in front of the dog when it was set to attack his sister. Why? Because he figured, “If someone had to die, I thought it should be me.”
Thomas Sowell’s great strength is that he understands Man is a limited creature, and that our intentions, however noble, can’t simply eliminate those limitations. In short, he understands that neither Man, nor government, is God. His weakness? He rarely if ever acknowledges God. So for Christians who have embraced socialism, thinking it compassionate, Sowell can offer only a practical, not biblical, corrective: he won’t tell us, “That’s not what God intended” but will instead note, “That doesn’t work.” (If you want to know more about the man, you can see a documentary about him at the link above.)