Of rocks that skip, bullets that fly; the power behind the laws of nature

print By David Tulis One of the dirty secrets of modern life is that everyone espouses a doctrine of predestination, though a few people deny it. When one hears that word, one immediately looks with a furrowed brow at Presbyterians and Baptists such as Rev. Andrew Huffman, whose interview is nearby. It’s not just the reformed faith that accounts for this idea. It puts the authority of predestination in the hand of an almighty God. Among the most ardent believers in predestination are people caught up in ideological worship of the state, or in an intellectual haphazardness that makes statism … Continue reading Of rocks that skip, bullets that fly; the power behind the laws of nature