An Ironic and Unintended Bequest

This year marks the 75th anniversary of the founding of the state of Israel. In one of those odd quirks of history, the nascent nation did so with the help of an air force made out of the leftovers of their former oppressors.

Further Musings on Rational Apologetics

Recently a writer at this site wrote critical by cautious rebuke of rationality when it comes to "proving" the Christian faith. Here with a rejoinder is The Everyman's own Gerhard Thielman to offer his musings on rational apologetics, from a scientific point of view.

A Pride Month Postmortem

This year's Pride month was notable for two things- the new lows the Pride Movement reached and the new highs ordinary Americans pushed for when they simply had enough of a month devoted to debauchery.

An Ode to a Cosmic Dial

While most Indiana Jones fans hate the latest (and last) installment of the iconic franchise, the film has one saving grace. The artifact, the Dial of Destiny, is based on a real object that- even without time travel powers- has an interesting history, and a lesson for the future.
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