World

Hungary: PM Viktor Orban’s Christmas Message: Worth reading!

Among the many Christmas messages of numerous heads of state, government leaders and other leaders, it seems hard to find a few good ones which are worth listening to or reading. Last week I mentioned an editorial of the Canadian National Post. If you haven’t read it, I certainly recommend that you do. Towards the… Continue reading Hungary: PM Viktor Orban’s Christmas Message: Worth reading!

Australia

Lenient sentences blamed for increase of crime

The head of Victoria’s police union and the state’s Victims of Crime Commissioner have blamed the lenient sentences which youth from African background receive for their violent crimes in Australia, for an increase of crime. Mr Andrews said the largely African and Islander youths had a “wanton disregard for the safety of others”. The police is… Continue reading Lenient sentences blamed for increase of crime

Literature

Christmas and Cricket: Two lost articles of C. S. Lewis rediscovered

Christianity Today reports that after 70 years two articles written by C.S. Lewis and published in The Strand Magazine have been rediscovered. For many years they were forgotten. “A Christmas Sermon for Pagans” is quintessential Lewis at the height of his renown. “Cricketer’s Progress” is more of a mystery. The topic of ‘A Christmas Sermon for… Continue reading Christmas and Cricket: Two lost articles of C. S. Lewis rediscovered

Christianity · Life Application

Merry Christmas: What Jesus, descendant of David, promises mankind

Several newspapers will mention something about Christmas, even if it is only by writing about the nativity scene, or others by giving advice how to spend time with family and friends, or how to cook your Christmas dinner. Some heads of state, presidents, queens or kings, will have a special Christmas message. Most of the… Continue reading Merry Christmas: What Jesus, descendant of David, promises mankind

Science and Technology · World

Cosmic rays, solar activity have greater impact on climate models

The science on climate change is settled? 97 percent of all scientists agree? Apparently, it is all not so cut and dry as we thought. ‘The impact of changes in solar activity on Earth’s climate was up to seven times greater than climate models suggested according to new research published today in Nature Communications.’This is what… Continue reading Cosmic rays, solar activity have greater impact on climate models

Science and Technology

An evolutionist who helped creationists

Reformed Perspective published another insight full article. This one is about Stephen Gould, a scientist who believes in evolution, but criticizes the common representation of the fossil record. “The extreme rarity of transitional forms in the fossil record persists as the trade secret of paleontology. The evolutionary trees that adorn our textbooks have data only… Continue reading An evolutionist who helped creationists