Self-appointed Censors: Truth in Social Media

"Orwell’s predictions regarding societal censorship in the digital era are increasingly coming to fruition. Social media companies that were once content merely to regulate speech are increasingly claiming the right to define truth itself." Kalev Leetaru in Forbes Mag. Link below. Elsewhere in this blog I have previously discussed "Truth by Consensus" on how Google … Continue reading Self-appointed Censors: Truth in Social Media

Medical and Psychological Testing Unreliable (duh)

"Academic psychology and medical testing are both dogged by unreliability. The reason is clear: we got probability wrong" David Colquhoun. University of London and fellow of the Royal Society. Article in Aeon.co...

Why “Evidence” is not Convincing

If truth is important them, people will hear God. It starts with creation. It ends with us. What more evidence is required?

The converse is truly distressing. If truth isn't what they seek, then no amount of evidence will be sufficient.

Blessings, Prayer and Woes. Scriptural Alignment of Spiritual Truths in Matthew

We had recently noticed the parallelism or 'alignment' of the Beatitudes (Mt. 5) and the Woes (Mt. 23) given by Christ. There are 8 of each. (note: that NIV translations omit Mt 23:14, referring to it in a text note.) Taken in order and in cross-comparison we have an astonishing portrait. Godliness versus Godlessness. Looking … Continue reading Blessings, Prayer and Woes. Scriptural Alignment of Spiritual Truths in Matthew

Ultimate Truth. Is it different is 2015?

Almost 2000 years ago in the following Scene: Pilate asks a question that is just as relevant today as it was then. "Jesus said, 'My kingdom is not of this world. If it were, my servants would fight to prevent my arrest by the Jewish leaders. But now my kingdom is from another place.' 'You … Continue reading Ultimate Truth. Is it different is 2015?