So, Who’s Really Anti-Science?

by Ken Ham on May 16, 2019 So, an unborn baby is not a human being? What is it—a dog, a dolphin, a green bean? It has 100% human DNA (with a unique combination of information that came from both father and mother), and humans only produce humans, so the unborn baby can’t be anything other than a... Continue Reading →

The Young Imbecile

I have believed in many lies, but there is one that I have always been immune to: the one that celebrates youth as a time of rebellion, independence, and the love of freedom. I did not give much credit to this mumbo-jumbo, even when it flattered with me. On the contrary, what impressed me very deeply from... Continue Reading →


Aristotle once said, “Rhetoric may be defined as a faculty of discovering all the possible means of persuasion in any subject.”[1] His point is that rhetoric has the same function, as he says, of dialectic.[2] In other words, they are not limited to any particular field of studies but that every person gives arguments to... Continue Reading →


By: Tiago Hirayama Reading one of my assignments for one of my classes, I found the "Engel Scale." If someone has studied missions, you must be familiar with this scale. It depicts the stages in which a person is found, as far as salvation goes. Developing from that idea, I will make my own list.... Continue Reading →


BY: Tiago Hirayama Years ago, I developed an unfortunate habit of looking on Facebook. Lately, the posts vary from political agenda to meaningless jargons, from moral lessons to profane claims, from little kittens to radical Islamic propaganda, from advertising free speech but denying it to others. One decent thing Facebook has achieved is giving a... Continue Reading →


By: Tiago Hirayama Years ago I developed an unfortunate habit: looking at Facebook — reading posts of persons whom raging opinions sound more like illogical creatures. As Jude have said, “But these men revile the things which they do not understand; and the things which they know by instinct, like unreasoning animals, by these things they are destroyed,”... Continue Reading →

Darkest Hour, A Movie Review

The movie Darkest Hour is a summary of a summary of the early service of Winston Churchill as prime minister. The person of Churchill is depicted as a mumbling old man, who complains about everything and everyone all the time. Nobody is denying the imagination and creativity that the director had to play in order to... Continue Reading →

Billy Graham’s Impactful Ministry

By: Tiago Hirayama The greatest legacy one can pass on to one’s children and grandchildren is not money or other material things accumulated in one’s life, but rather a legacy of character and faith, Billy Graham (1918 – 2018).[1] Although leaders like John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. have made significant social and... Continue Reading →

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