When “I Don’t Know” Might Win the Day

Knowledge is power. All of us like having answers, don’t we? It takes humility to admit when we don’t know something. What happens when someone starts asking questions that we can’t respond to? Isn’t it a sign of weakness not to know? As a Christian case-maker aren’t we commanded to “always have an answer?” If we’re engaging with those around us and being natural about our faith, sooner or later someone’s bound to ask questions we don’t know the answers to.       Continue reading “When “I Don’t Know” Might Win the Day”

Where’s the Instruction Manual?

I’ve covered a lot of ground over my last two posts so thank you for sticking with me. I started with a review of cellular biology and I highlighted some very large challenges that it presents to the theory of evolution. Next, I used a simple Lego car to demonstrate the incredible odds against building a cell by random chance. What I want to discuss today is the instruction manual, or the information that’s found inside living cells, and how this information came about. As challenging as what I’ve covered so far is to the theory of evolution, what I’m going to talk about today is something very few evolutionary scientists want to touch, and fewer still have an explanation for.    Continue reading “Where’s the Instruction Manual?”