Tag Archive for 'aliens'

Most Illogical

It really pays to have a sense of humor in this ministry! I must admit, some of the secularists are very creative in the ways they distort what we’ve written (or said) in their attempts to attack our credibility. In …

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Masters of Implying Untruths

Secularists are often masters at what I would describe as “implying untruths.” Every now and then I like to give you specific examples of this phenomenon, just to remind you not to trust what you read on the Internet from …

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Ray Comfort and Ken Ham on Aliens!

This week I appeared on Ray Comfort’s The Comfort Zone on the topic of ALIENS! You may be surprised at what I say—particularly when I show an alien that resides in my office!

I encourage you to watch this entertaining …

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Secularists Make Great Publicists for Us

Sometimes I think we should be paying atheists to be our publicists! Sure they often distort, misquote, misrepresent, and tell outright untruths about us. But they can be so creative in their writings, that, as they make up stories about …

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Huffington Post Admits Its Site Was Always Meant to Be Fiction

Well, the HuffPost didn’t actually say that. But I’m using the same kind of logic and headline grabber one of its writers used in responding to an article I wrote recently!

Yesterday, I was intrigued when my Google alerts brought …

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“We’ll find a new earth within 20 years”

Update: Since secularists and some media outlets have been falsely accusing me of saying space aliens are going to hell as a result of this post, please read my response here.

I’m shocked at the countless hundreds of millions …

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I couldn’t help but say “Wow!” when I read about the “Wow!” signal as reported on a Fox News article yesterday. The report stated the following:

If there’s something you’d like to say to aliens, now’s your chance. The Wow!

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“I’d Love to Baptise an Alien”

This is the headline (preserving the British spelling of the word baptize) from a newspaper article about a scientist associated with the Vatican.

First, let’s go back to 2008. At that time, the United Kingdom’s The Independent newspaper featured an …

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