Veteran’s Day had its origin at the end of World War I in 1918, a conflict so horrendous that it was dubbed, “the Great War,” or “the war to end all wars,” with the United States playing the decisive role in the Allied powers’ final victory. It was first known as Armistice Day, celebrated on November 11 because that was the day agreed upon by the Allied nations and Germany to begin a total cessation of hostilities. It went into effect on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918, after some 20 million people from both sides had given their lives in the war effort. Thereafter for many years, Armistice Day was just recognized on a state level. Ironically, on the eve of World War II, with Germany having annexed Austria and widely-recognized preparations being …
Is America uniquely blessed? Has the almighty bestowed upon the United States special protection, and with it, special responsibilities? Many of our nation's hardships have left the American people wondering if the divine no longer sheds his grace on America. However, there is a new book that will be sure to remind us just how remarkably fortuitous the United States has been since its inception. After the success of his previous book The American Miracle, New York Times bestselling author and syndicated radio host Michael Medved is back with a new work, God's Hand on America: Divine Providence in the Modern Era. In this latest installment, Michael Medved continues to reveal the bizarre coincidences and flat-out miracles that have shaped America's destiny. Please join us from …
According to a nationwide survey, more than two-thirds of atheists and one-third of agnostics believe that “the findings of science make the existence of God less probable,” while nearly half of self-identified theists believe “the findings of science are neutral with regard to the existence of God.” But what if there is another option? What if the discoveries of science actually lend support to belief in God? Tackle this question head-on at the upcoming Dallas Conference on Science and Faith 2020 on January 25. Held on the campus of Denton Bible Church, the conference will explore exciting scientific discoveries about the origin of the universe, the origin of life, and the development of biological complexity, as well as critique the scientific and cultural impact of …
A series of brief presentations to honor the life of one of ID's greatest scholars
You are invited to join us at the First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley from 4:00–5:30 PM on Saturday, November 23 to hear brief (10–15 minute) tributes from intelligent design scientists and scholars who have been directly impacted by Phil's life and have since become the ID torch-bearers for our generation. Among those speaking are Stephen Meyer, Michael Behe, Jonathan Wells, Douglas Axe, Paul Nelson, and others.