Earth History

The Neanderthal Mystery That Isn’t

For years scientists continue to be baffled about the origin and migration patterns of the Neanderthalers. They continue to be suprised, and then therefore need to constantky recalibrate their data with every new discovery. Indeed, this race of early man provides great intrigue, mainly because of one single quedtion. Why did they failed to survive?… Continue reading The Neanderthal Mystery That Isn’t


To My Fellow Humanist, No Thanks

by Jim Watkins A group called Good Without God wanted its city to remove a cross that was erected to honor a World War I veteran. The case, like many, seeks to uphold the seperation of Church and State, with which I firmly agree. The State should never foster or inhibit religion, it's in our… Continue reading To My Fellow Humanist, No Thanks

Current Events · Faith

The Safety of Non-Belief

Western secularism has a done a terrific job at inoculating people from having faith or conviction.  We call them "the Nones," people who aren't particularly religious, and except for perhaps some minor flicker of faith in some vague notion of providence or the "common good," most Nones are happy not believing in anything. And there… Continue reading The Safety of Non-Belief