“Virtual Children”—the Future of Parenthood?

What will the future look like? Skies filled with flying cars? Virtual reality travel? “Tamagotchi kids”? Well, according to a recent article about a new book coming from an expert on artificial intelligence, “Tamagotchi kids” will be the “new thing” in parenting (or, rather, so-called parenting!). Okay, what’s a Tamagotchi kid? This phrase, borrowed fromContinue reading ““Virtual Children”—the Future of Parenthood?”

Children—Capable of Making Life-Altering Decisions?

An attention-grabbing title recently appeared in The Washington Post’s op-ed section, “Why do we let children buy firearms?”—a shocking title meant to generate traffic, no doubt. As you may surmise, the article is in response to the unthinkably horrific fatal shootings of nineteen students and two teachers in Uvalde, Texas, and ten people at aContinue reading “Children—Capable of Making Life-Altering Decisions?”

5 Ways to Help Your Local Pregnancy Care Center

Recently I wrote about the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion that looks to overturn the horrific 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion. Although this leaked document was only a draft and no official ruling has been made public yet, the leak has caused the abortion debate to explode (violently), once again, across theContinue reading “5 Ways to Help Your Local Pregnancy Care Center”

Campfire prayer night & worship. Tuesday night from 19:45 to 21:15. Het zal vanzelf blijken wat u hebt gedaan, want de grote dag van de Here komt met vuur. In het vuur blijft alleen over wat waardevol is, de rest verbrandt. 1 Korintiërs 3:13

Why Mark Zuckerberg is wrong about the Bible

Mark Zuckerberg knows a good amount about the Bible! In this clip, you’ll hear him talk in-depth about the book of Genesis and how it speaks to the purpose of our existence. You’ll also see how Mark Zuckerberg appears to believe in both evolution and the book of Genesis. Ray Comfort comments on Zuckerberg’s uniqueContinue reading “Why Mark Zuckerberg is wrong about the Bible”