From the back cover: "...argues that biblical authority applies to the natural world of the sciences and history as well as to matters of faith and conduct. Scripture itself clearly points to a recent creation of the earth ... Kulikovskys call to return to Biblical authority is relevant to all evangelicals, whether convinced that the earth is recent or old. All who genuinely seek the truth in these matters will find this book both refreshing and challenging, as it seeks to get to the crux of what has been an issue of disagreement among Christians from before the era of Darwin."
“… a Christian, fabulous concert pianist—and a black man. An excellent piece: [Brown] is hardly uncritical of McCain, but denounces Obama’s strident support for prenatal baby-butchery and his membership in a racist church for 20 years.”
I have a great deal of difficulty coming to terms with the fact that anyone could support these things being done to the most innocent and defenseless in our society; our children. But I like to think the best of people. I like to think that many people are simply misinformed about what it is they support. Yet more and more I am made to look quite naive because the truth is, sadly, many are all too well informed.
Unfortunately for Obama, his extreme pro-abortion views are a matter of public record. Robert George, writing about three weeks before the election goes as far to say that he is “…the most extreme pro-abortion political candidate in American history…”.