Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Am I right, or am I right?

I like to joke with others using a twist on the familiar "Am I right, or am I wrong?" question. Like the title of the post, the scientific community does not like anyone who does not agree with them. In the book, I outline several accounts of people who were denied positions because they believed in creation. Another incident has come to my attention and you can read the whole story at

It is evident that science is closed-minded to anything that challenges their own beliefs about the unobservable. The public is unaware of the fact that it takes a great amount of faith to believe some of the theories advanced by science to explain why we are here.

Monday, December 10, 2007

From Hula-hoops to Getting Lucky

Many of us have grown up with Alvin and the Chipmunks and enjoyed their antics over the years, but a new movie is coming out this Christmas Season that recasts them as modern sexually aware rodents. They have gone from not wanting to get a hula-hoop for Christmas to wanting to "get lucky." You can see the lyrics of the soundtrack at

While the rating is PG per the website, the film features the chipmunks doing the familiar "chica chica wow wow" mimicking pornographic movie soundtracks and Alvin showering in the dishwasher singing "don't you wish your girlfriend was a freak like me."

Despite these "warnings" many parents will take their small children to see this movie and our precious little ones will be imitating and singing what they have seen on the screen. Will the next Alvin movie feature chipmunks lovemaking? We must call attention to what we are doing to our children and return to a relationship with God before it gets worse. Exposing young children to sex will only create a generation of sexually frustrated adults seeking a thrill from more deviate behavior when they tire of more conventional sexual activity. While that is already happening among our young people, it will only get worse as younger kids imitate what they see and hear in the world.

"NIV Matthew 18:6 But if anyone causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him to have a large millstone hung around his neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea."

How long will we allow this to happen before we do something?