Today is the National Day of Prayer. It’s a day set aside to turn to God in prayer. The modern day National Day of Prayer was established by an act of congress in 1952, although […]
As 2018 comes to a close, I am sharing some of my top posts from this year.
A trio of concerned academics has published seven intentionally absurd papers in leading scholarly journals as part of an investigation to expose extreme bias in fields that study race, gender, sexuality, and other politically-charged topics.
The trio say the papers, which used fabricated authors and credentials, highlight that these fields are being misled by politically-motivated research and biased methodologies.
–Media Release – James Lindsay, Peter Boghossian, and Helen Pluckrose
This is the summary from a group of researchers who set out to expose some of the pitfalls within humanities and liberal studies academic disciplines. They submitted a series of papers to various journals. There work was published in seven of them.
It’s crazy that I graduated from college a decade ago. I still remember so many events from that time like they were yesterday. I can still see the map of campus in my memory. So […]
Came across a story this morning about a recent Tweet from a college professor at the University of Minnesota Mankato. Eric Sprankle talked about the virgin birth of Jesus and said: “The virgin birth story […]